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- Theoretically, it's possible to win one-in-infinity odds. How?

Imagine a roulette wheel with an infinite amount of numbers. Every number on the wheel has a one-in-infinity chance of being selected. Every time the wheel is spun, one number wins those one-in-infinity odds. How is this possible? Isn't one-in-infinity basically zero? It's infinitely far from the potential maximum, making it infinitely small. How is zero different from something which is infinitely small? Please help.