Recent game calculation. The odds of failing every time in a row like happened were 1 in 18,000, before getting one number set that went double the expected average of 6, stopped at 11 dice rolls. Other person won on the next turn.

2 games later, failure odds I believe 1/14,400. With one turn where I stopped less than halfway to expected average.

I'm just wondering if the dice aren't as random as math says they should be, or are odds like this normal? Or am I calculating them wrong? I'm just going by the simple average dice rolls for the given number then multiplying the fractions.

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2 games later, failure odds I believe 1/14,400. With one turn where I stopped less than halfway to expected average.

I'm just wondering if the dice aren't as random as math says they should be, or are odds like this normal? Or am I calculating them wrong? I'm just going by the simple average dice rolls for the given number then multiplying the fractions.

Reviewing a game makes it very easy to see.