I've read a lot about the 'streakiness' and 'randomness' (or not!) of our CC dice. And although I am very new to CC, I am not surprised to read such a lot of discussion of this subject, since we all have no choice but to hope that we all treated equally and fairly.
However, it is the nature of random things to behave in apparently bizarre ways, especially if one looks at a relatively small distribution of the statistics. Let me give you an example...
Many years ago I was a fool: I used to gamble on Roulette. I had studied statistics and come up with a cunning staking system that would limit my losses. It involved playing on up to three of the six available 'evens' bets. [RED or BLACK, ODD or EVEN, 1-18(LOW) or 19-36(HIGH).
-Is it not reasonable to expect that over a given time, the number of RED numbers should be very close to equalling the number of BLACK numbers?
Statistically the answer is yes, it is entirely reasonable.
But over any relatively small sample - let's say just one evening visit from the 100 in the year - what can seem like bizarre behaviour can and DOES occur !
I doubt that anyone reading this will believe the following sentence unless they have studied statistics; and even then this may be hard to take.
I have witnessed 44 consequetive RED numbers. I have witnessed 27 consequetive ODD numbers TWICE and I have witnessed 34 consequetive HIGH numbers.
But you know what? -Since installing this lovely little gadget called 'Dice Analyzer' my dice have been far more friendly that the crazy crap I got before!