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you've forgotten the number one rule of statics
Statistics have no memory!
Meaning that no matter how many times you attempt to get a gold hero, your chances stay the same. If you had a 1% chance than didn't get it, you don't now have a 2% chance. you still have that 1% chance per click. Even if you clicked 99% times in a row and were unlucky enough to not get a gold, that next click does not have a 100% chance. For any stat involving random chance best case scenario is getting it on your first time. if the drop rate was 1%, then you would expect 1 out of every 100 people to get lucky like this, but it is not guaranteed to happen. Worst case scenario will always be that your finding show that your worst drop chance is a fraction of 1/ (number approaching infinity), but will never reach infinity. Only Koram knows the exact variables and percentage chance of a gold hero appearing. Your 1% is a guess but you showed no research to back it. To produce that number (which could only be a better guess) you would need thousands of player data. You can't just use your own experience. And your finding on the 7th always being the most expensive is just wrong. Since you are dealing with chance there is a chance it could be the cheapest if you get it on first try, again, when dealing with random chance, there is always a chance something will be amazing or terrible for you. Your theory on this doesn't even support why the seventh would cost the most. It makes it appear as though your seventh and all others would cost the same and the more you spend the closer you are to getting that next hero. There are a lot of great post that have some data backing them. They even explain why people do skip heroes. Not trying to be a downer, but people that don't have any understanding of stat might mistake these claim as viable. 

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