My question is more general, but perhaps we can use a specific example.
Suppose I draw cards 100 times. In one of those times, I get dealt a royal flush. Let's call this scenario A.
Suppose now that I draw cards 3 times. In each case, I get dealt a royal flush. Let's call this scenario B.
Of course, scenario B calls for an explanation, but I am curious to find out the reason behind this. Is this because scenario B is more unlikely than scenario A given chance or is it because a supposed designer would be more interested in have more of an incentive to deal royal flushes in scenario B compared to scenario A?