Who the $#@! ever said one roll has anything to do with the next? I certainly didn't. Because every roll there it is equally like for any number to appear as any other roll--independent of the previous number. That's where the math comes in, to wit:
The math is that there are six ways to roll a 7. That's 1 in 6. Therefore on each roll it is more likely that a 7 will be rolled than any other number. Do that math. Or just answer this simple question--what number other than 7 is more likely to be rolled each time? Because if it's not 7 then all these casinos are just $#@!ing stupid for getting it wrong all these decades.
The only thing I said was that short rolls are more common than long rolls. A lot. You see, not only is it my experience, but it fits the above $#@!ing math. If you have any evidence to the contrary, let's see it. My experience--short rolls are more common--fits.
You see, the only way to win in a casino--AT ANYTHING--is to ride the hot streaks and minimize losses during cold streaks. That's 15 years experiences and a lot of money lost and a lot of money won talking. See the above post for what works for me.
But hey--if you think that you're smart enough to where you know the odds better than the casino's house edge based on the difference between odds paid and true odds (when really you just fail at reading comprehension), you should soon own a casino and be typing on shaggy from your 10,000 sq. ft. yacht that never ceases to circle the globe stopping inland only to refresh new native hotties.
Next time you wanna disagree with someone trying to save you some money, you might not wanna be such a $#@! about it.