when you have 1/200 chance of finding the next block and over 1500 independent instance you don't find a single block. **statistically it gets harder and harder**...

I'm sorry, but that's exactly NOT how randomness works.

Let's look at a simple example so you get the gist of it: let's look at the example of throwing a coin multiple times.

I win when TAILS comes up, I win nothing when HEAD comes up.

Suppose I throw a coin 100 times in a row, and it always comes up HEAD. 100 times.

Wow, that's very unlucky, isn't it?

How big do you think the chances are that TAILS comes up when I throw for the 101th time?

After all, TAILS hasn't come up for 100 throws, so now there must be a very large "pressure" for TAILS to finally come up, right?

Answer:

Nope, the chance for HEAD or TAILS to show up in the next coin toss is still 50%, as it always is, with every coin toss you make.

Your feelings or "urgency" don't matter. At all!

Just because you had the insanely improbable encounter of tossing HEADS a 100 times in a row, doesn't mean that now there is some sort of INCREASED STATISTICAL chance that the 101th throw has to be TAILS.

Nope, chances remain the same: 50%.

Every new toss (or block) has to be looked at separately, your previous success (or failure) does not influence the chance for finding the next block IN ANY WAY, SHAPE OR FORM.

Basically the lesson to take away from this example is:

**Randomness doesn't owe you shit, it only laughs at your efforts, lol. **