In a basic board game board, with squares around the outside that players move around using dice to dictate moves (e.g. monopoly, etc) if you have a set numbers of squares, say 10 on each side x 4 = 40 (not allowing for corners etc but I won;t go into that) and you have 4 equally spaced 'chance' squares which if landed on mean drawing a card from a chance deck, can you work out the probability of landing on a chance square?

I presume you would go along the lines of first the chance of a chance square being in the next 6 spaces from a player's current position, and then add the 1 in 6 probablility for the dice roll... :? :? :?