Definition of Monte carlo fallacy

1. Noun. the fallacy, most often believed by gamblers, that a past random event influences the outcome of a future random event, that is, that a run of even numbers at roulette means that there is a greater chance of an odd number next time. ¹



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Montagnais
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Montagu
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Monte Bianco
Monte Carlo
Monte Carlo fallacy
Monte Carlo method
Monte Carlo methods
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Monterey
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