Comparing the PAR-11 against the HiHo-9 Scoring for Squash

Monte-carlo simulation to observe statistics for contrasting the point-a-rally scoring system to the hand-in hand-out scoring system debate in 2009 by the MA Squash.

The Matlab program assumes a simple parametric distribution when computing the probabilities of winning a rally. The script plays 5000 games between two players and varies the probability of winning a rally.

Conclusion, unless your skill gap against your opponent is zero - you never want to choose Hi-Ho scoring.