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Recently, the concept of self-organization has drawn considerable attention for its possible use in distributed interference management. To realize self-organized interference management, a minority game (MG) is a promising tool because it facilitates self-organized decision-making. Although the existing interference management scheme that involves the use of an MG achieves transmission control aware of the system priority, it cannot actively control the outage probability of a higher-priority system. In the present study, the existing scheme is modified to control the outage probability for a predefined target value. It is proposed that the criterion for deciding whether or not to transmit should be changed adaptively, depending on the interference power in the higher-priority system. In this way, robustness against the location of stations is also achieved. Numerical simulation confirms the above advantage of the proposed scheme.