Any statistician will tell you that if you flip a quarter fifty times, and it comes up “heads” every time, the chances of it coming up “heads” on the next flip are still 50/50. I don’t believe it.
I say it’s like this: The probability of two “heads” in a row is 1-in-4. Of three “heads”: 1-in-8. Of 21 in a row? 1-in-2,097,152. Of 100? 1-in-79 million million million million million.
And you’re telling me the next flip is still 50/50? Yeah, sure.
And tomorrow my ATM’s gonna spit me out an extra twenty.