there is no fallacy that when you roll the dice in craps that the seven has the greatest chance of being rolled
therefore, one needs to try to be at a table when the seven fails to be rolled as compared to the other numbers
there is no hindsight, i either win a lot at craps because the seven is not being rolled significantly more than the other numbers at that time or stop playing because when i decided to play at that particular time & place the seven was being rolled too often
i understand what the gambler's fallacy is & craps is nothing like flipping a coin; when i say "law of averages for a craps table", i mean that on consecutive, infinite dice rolls that the seven will appear more than any other number
Originally Posted by spadebidder
Sure, in hindsight only. Which has absolutely nothing to do with your chance to win.
Perhaps you don't realize that the so-called "law of averages" as applied to gambling on games of chance is a synonym for the gambler's fallacy.