How much hashing power do you need to get 1 BTC per block?
pool is about 42ph so 4.2 ph would be 1/10 a block is say 13.5 with fees so 4.2 ph or 1/10 gives you 1.35 btc
so 1/1.35 x 4.2ph is your answer roughly 3.11ph . it is more complex to be exact.
first you need to do the 3.11ph for 5n which is maybe 80 hours in a row
second if you add 3.11ph the pool goes from 42 ph to 45.11 ph and you would be short the 1 btc per block
third I used 1 btc for the fees. meaning the block is 13.5 btc some are lower some are higher.
fourth with a bit of in my head math I boost the 3.11ph to 3.333 ph if the pool is at 45th
So for today a range of 3.11 ph to 3.333 ph is a good guess
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Block----- Block UTC------ Miner Reward---N Diff----- N Range--------- Pool N Avg
463608 26/Apr 15:01 14.19369732 2.630T 79hr 0m 26s
463502 25/Apr 22:48 12.61703676 2.618T 80hr 38m 43s 38.73PHs
I got my n range from the bold line above it fluxes
I got the pool hash from 39.72 and 38.23 and 43.13 it fluxes
so my estimate is 3.11ph to 3.33 ph