Random means that on the next spin any number from 0 to 36 has an equal chance of appearing, that's all it means.

It doesn't matter if the previous 5 spins number 32 has appeared. If the wheel is fair and random, the chance 32 will appear the next spin is still 1 in 37, the odds have not altered. The number 32 can appear for the rest of eternity on that wheel, or it can appear never again. These are both possible events, but at the same time unlikely.

That is why people are struggling with the **fallacy**, and trying to predict what will happen from what has happened... and losing. Triggers, repeaters, sleepers, the law of the third and the rest are all garbage on a random wheel. All that matters is the next spin, and that is not affected by the previous spins, on a fair random wheel.

When 32 has occured 5 times in a row, you're confusing the probability that it will appear on the next spin with the probability that it will occur 6 times in a row.