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Originally Posted by kar_bon
Here're some countings:
candidates tested all over: 235868
 with PRPnet: 172365
 with LLRnet: 63503
... and it seems, Gary and I have found only 2 primes with LLRnet, the remaining 19 (if I counted right) with PRPnet.
So 21 primes in about 230,000 pairs is in the range, Max said (one prime in 10,000 pairs).
But 2 primes in 60,000 pairs is the old problem with them: estimated but not guaranteed!
Nice work of all! Thanks.

Only 20 primes were found with the rally. The 21st found by Tim was over an hour after the rally was over.