The law of large numbers says, the more instances of a probable event that are considered, the more the theoretical and actual results converge.
Statistics is a field of mathematics and logic that tackles problems and makes predictions by analyzing, organizing, and interpreting data.
Very few can make a living off of blackjack. To win in the long run you must count cards, watch tables, risk big money, and employ questionable betting strategies.
Past results of random independent events, like a coin flip, don’t affect future results. The mistaken belief that past results affect future results is known as “the Gambler’s Fallacy” (AKA the Fallacy of the Maturity of Chances, or the Monte Carlo Fallacy).
Most people have about 6 degrees of separation (small world theory), but not everyone has 6 degrees of separation from Kevin Bacon or any other given person.