Win or Lose
if input("play again? [Y/n]").lower() != "n":
It looks like it might be, but indentation is so important in Python, it's impossible to be sure without formatting.
Use the instructions for code formatting in the Markdown Cheatsheet pop-up below the "Add an Answer" area.
Or watch this video on code formatting.
Commonly I know if...else pair, but I didn't come across with while...else, it seems in this video that else is paired with while, and this worked out.
Python is the only language I know that allows an "else" after a loop. It is executed if and when the loop ends by failing the conditional expression. It is not executed if you "break" out of the loop.
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