3 doors, one with a prize. One door chosen but not revealed. One door revealed with no prize and it is not the one previously chosen, thus it is removed from contention.That leaves two doors remaining including the one first chosen. Why is it advantageous to switch from the door initially chosen to the other door not chosen?
Neither door has been revealed, yet one of the two has a prize. The one other door has been removed from contention.
Why is this a 66/33 proposition by changing door choice, and not a 50/50 proposition by not changing door choice?
How is mathematics and probability theory more logical here?
The end result is two doors, one choice. Does not the probability change with previously ruled out contentions?
Mind fuck for me….and weird.
Damn I wish I could think like Brick!!!