Big Bro Ben

You posted 8w - 2L

9 sets of 10; 8w - 1L would you carry on ? or wait some spins and restart.

Hard to tell, Notto.

But you know me, I got some stats from Excel random (take it as a good RNG or not).

Indeed, 80.81% hit on or before 10 nrs, so 19,2% loss.

I sorted the loss, question: how many standalone losses happen, how many 2 in row, etc.

65% of all losing blocks of 10 are alone, meaning a win before and after.

So, roughly, 80% 1 loss in row;

15% 2 losses in row;

3% 3 losses in row; and so on.

Rounding up, the averages are like fractal:

19% single loss, ''x'';

19% of ''x'': 2 losses in row, ''y'';

19% of ''y'': 3 losses in row, ''z'';

19% of ''z'': 4 losses in row. So on.

In 400 mini-games tests, it went once up to 9 in row, and once 10 in row, in 8200 tests.

Although you never can tell if next mini-game is a winner or not, you know there are 81% chances of success after a loss.

The above results are calculated as follows: 1loss for a repeater past 10nrs. I.e. if a repeater comes after 13nrs, it is counted as one loss, and not one loss with 10 then a win with 3, since you can never tell if the repeater is from the last 3 nrs or not (unless you're using my super-dooper RankTracker file

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