"The Monty Hall problem explained", by Dragos Barosan.

The famous math conundrum. When one of three multiple choices is revealed as wrong, should you stick with your original choice, or change?

I've known the "right" answer for a while, and somewhat understood the theory, but it didn't resonate with me practically (point 4 and 3, especially). I still wanted to believe it was a pedantic abstract thing that didn't matter in the real world.

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