TL;DR: I like it, but I wouldn't say it's competitive.
Rigged Results is a flexible one-time bypass effect with the drawback of chance. Seeing as bypass is a strong runner ability (not as infuriatingly powerful as ice trashing, but possibly as good as derezzing), and that bypass effects are pretty rare, Rigged Results deserves a good look-over.
- Unlike Inside Job, the bypass doesn't have to be the outermost ICE.
- Unlike Run Amok, the ICE doesn't have to be unrezzed.
- Unlike DDoS, the ICE doesn't have to be unrezzed, and also doesn't have to be the outermost ICE.
- Unlike Femme or Nexus, you don't need a + to install it.
- Unlike Feint, you get to access and do shit.
- If you lose the "pseudo-psi" game, you're only out a and 0-2, which is not very much.
- It costs more influence than in-faction options.
- It's not guaranteed like Inside Job, DDoS, Feint or Femme Fatale.
- RR is only good for 1 run, unlike DDoS, Nexus, or Femme Fatale.
- It doesn't synergize with Ken Tenma or Adam/ABR like Inside Job or Feint.
- It costs less influence than out-of-faction options (well, the same as Femme)
- RR is less effective if your credit pool is strained because the corp knows how much money you'll need to get into a server and you might not.
You would most likely use this in similar situations to an Inside Job: They've installed a card in their scoring server thinking you can't get in because you either lack the right breaker or don't have the creds. Even with the right breaker, having a chance to get past a Tollbooth for <2 instead of 7+ is pretty good.
This use is effective against traditional scoring corps, but not as much against FA because they often don't need their remote. Against FA you could combine this with HQI/Nerve Agent and run on HQ when they thought you couldn't get in, but then you're stacking it with a chance of not accessing an agenda.
I actually really like this card on paper. I don't think the cost is unreasonable for what you're getting, and it encourages a little player interaction. Unfortunately, many people who play Netrunner like the guaranteed strategies over leaving it up to chance, so this card will probably not be at the top tables at Worlds anytime soon. On top of the chance factor, costing an influence means it's competing against utility cards like Film Critic or Employee Strike and against stronger effects like Parasite.