So there's this one gambling site and they have game of 'blackjack' which is played very differently than the usual game.
The host has dice which has all the numbers from 1 to 100. He rolls it for you as many times as you want, the rolls are added up and you must not exceed 100. If theyre over 100, it's an instant loss. Now lets say he rolls 10 and 67 and you decide to stay, your total would be 77 and it'll be the hosts turn. He must now roll higher total than you without exceeding 100 also. If he rolls 100 in the beginning it's an instant win, and there are no ties(meaning if you both have same total, the host must roll another time).
It seems to me that the probability of host winning this game is way higher than the players, because the player goes first and you might go over 100 even before the hosts turn, and also if you stay at something like 80 and the host rolls 79, the host can just keep on rolling more without thinking about it, whereas if your score was 79 you most likely wouldnt roll another time.
Now is there a chance to calculate exact probability that the player wins, or atleast approximate it with say 5%error? I have tried, but i'm pretty lost in how i should begin tackling this problem.