In 'Free Acts and Chance: Why the Rollback Argument Fails', I present a new response to the "rollback argument," which purports to show that indeterminism in any form is incompatible with free will.  Seeing where the rollback argument goes wrong illuminates how a certain kind of incompatibilist, the “chance-incompatibilist,” ought to think about free will and chance, and points to a possibility for free will that has remained largely unexplored.