What I think is funny about this site is everyone love to spew out statistics and say this is a game you can’t beat cause statistics say etc…. blah blah etc….
Then when someone comes up with statistics they don’t agree with they say “you can’t use your stats cause this game is random and dice don’t have a memory”.
Good luck and I hope you succeed.
No one is saying you cannot beat the game…well, maybe someone is. I say you can sometimes beat the game in the short run. In the long run, the house will have the advantage. Luckily, we do not play in the long run, but in a series of short runs.
And you miss the point of statistics and randomness. The following are true statements.
Randomness exists in the toss of the dice (assuming regulartion dice tossed according to casino rules)
Statistics will prove the randomness in the long run.
In the short run, randomness could cause what appears to be non-random results. That “appearence” does not change the randomness.
Dice do not have a memory. If two regulation dice are rolled according to casino rules twenty times and each time a 12 results, the likelihood that the next result will be a twelve is 1 in 36.
As a side note, I will bet the twelve on the next roll
I would be interested in hearing which of these statements you disagree with and why.