By rolling 5 times a dice I have the chance to get 3 twice first, then two different numbers and finally the number ''3''?

He uses a Bernoulli distribution to calculate the composite probability. let's suppose for a moment that the random variable is not a dice (containing a finite number of faces and numbers) but is an indeterminable event on which we can only make hypotheses. The Bernoulli distribution will not provide the right results? Is not that ok?