For example, the chance of winning a game is 1%. Do I get the same outcome of playing 100 games in the following two ways.
Play one game a day for 100 days.
Play 100 games all at once, one after another until 100 games are played.
Note: The game is not lottery, you can only participate once per game.
From my experiences, it turns out I get better chances of winning the game when I play more games all at once compare to one game at a time spread through a long period of time. Is this correct? whether it's correct or not, any proofs to back it up?