To recap, my position is this:

You talk about probabilities and averages. Probabilities just describe the problem, the conditions of the wheel. Probabilities is another way to say *"Well, I don't know for sure" *

(because a single number can come before Red in your example)

I'm talking about the real outcomes. I'm talking about the prediction of outcomes, of *any* outcome at *any* time, with absolute certainty.

So, in my book, no matter the underlying probabilities, a game where you cannot make a single 100% certain prediction, in which every spin outcome is unpredictable, is a random game.