I’m afraid the target audience for the video is not going to watch it. Unfortunatly, imho is to long, I personally enjoyed it as “background noice” while doing other stuff around (but I also like psychology).
It may help you to write down bullets points on the description with time lapses as to where to go.
Back to the video, I belive that ppl shouldnt classify superstition as a whole and understand that there can also be “positive superstitions”: beliefs that add a positive emotion to the task at hand, the important thing is to understand their core nature. Like the example of yourself, you told in the video: you know it doesnt increases the chances for a summoning but it does increases the fun factor for that particular summon.
I do agree that, understanding RNG and maximizing it is the best way to tackle the issue. The Monty Hall problem is a beautiful food for thought moment. In fact, that part alone would probably give you a better viewership and opportunity to teach the community about Intern locus of control. That would be a 5/10 min video with a cute fact (Monty problem) and “fast” information.
Again, you probably do this out of love for the subject and anything else that comes out of it is already a win, but I still feel is a shame to have such good willfulness go to “waste”.
Edit: Near the end, where you are giving advice on how to handle rng and such. I often see a lot of ppl stuck on their rumination, which is deadly veil of negative emotion where ppl literally boil themselves into it. Ppl could do and watch Frozen and learn to “let it go”.