Nov

26

I got it completely wrong! VT covered the line and there were only 10 points scored in the whole game.

Russ Sears writes: 

Gamblers fallacy. Just because your luck has been "good/bad" doesn't imply it must change if the events are independent. In fact, "it" (calling randomness good/bad) implies that your perception of the odds are wrong. 


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  1. Andre on November 27, 2017 9:59 am

    Th rabbit hole is when you introduce attribution error and you believe it’s because x and y reason you’re losing but in reality the odds are so against you. I learned this the hard way.

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