Where on Earth did you get the notion that each tile of the wheel has the same chance to be hit?
Gambling is like onions, evil and will make you cry.
LMAO the laws of probability, if there is nothing stated that the chance is lower and the math does not add up then its what is known as RIGGED. I agree with you there is a less chance to hit the 47% of the wheel and though it shows to be 47% it could be more in fact DUE to the way they designed it more like 5% THIS... THIS VERY THING is what makes it rigged. That is just about the definition of rigged lol.
I am not saying the wheel has to follows the laws of science I am just saying when it does not that means it is RIGGED.
THUS they have RIGGED the wheel to give a LESSER chance to give you what would be VIEWED AS a 47% chance to win a 10 pack.
Just to sum it up I said "hey guys the wheel is rigged" and you said "no you got it all wrong the wheel is rigged" lol
What you quoted wasn't the probabilities. It was the odds.
There is actually a decent probability that you will land on those two areas 10 times.
That being said: no, Loot wheels tend to be weighted per slide Jackpot is more like 1% and a winning prize is about 5%. Exceptional prizes around 10%. Go by the color coding on the wheel to decide which goes in which category.
And even then, remember, probability of getting a success on a 5% in 20 tries is not 100%. It's more like 62.2% probability of success.
10% on 20 tries is more like 72.98%
20% on 20 tries is more like 94.23%
In other words, you can lose a betting game over 5% of the time, even on 20 attempts at 20%. You can lose a betting game about 27% of the time at 10%. You can lose a betting game 37.8% of the time at 5%.
Your 10 tries is a bad sample size as well.
Also, keep in mind, it's a digital program, and RNG's sometimes hiccup and give repeating results.
So no. I don't consider it rigged. They don't have to rig it. The low rate of success rigs it for them.