I have a Physics / Statistics theory, not a conspiracy theory.
Basically, my Theory is that Luck has Impedance.
Like electrical impedance (50 ohm line vs. 75 ohm coax or whatever for TV's), mechanical impedance (gearing being one example), except, pertaining to Luck.
Of course that involves a bunch of definition of terms.
But I'd rather use an example from the Lottery line at the supermarket.
One guy told me about what happened with him & his wife. He was trying to play a specific set of numbers, about 20 years ago.
His wife distracted him when he was entering "12", and he mis-entered 11.
They won about $1000 from 5 numbers that night. If he had entered his initial list of numbers, including the "12", he would have won all 6, i.e. the Lottery, $1 Million+ (when it was real money), etc.
And, 25 years later, they are still together.
So his luck impedance was low, or high, that night, depending on how Luck Impedance is defined.
So it's sort of an interesting theory. I can just tell stories and cobble together something that sounds plausible.
Waiting for some math heavyweight to smash my theory to pieces.