What are the odd of a single coin toss after many consecutive ones?
If I have a fair dice and I rolled a six 5 times in a row, it would appear to me that the next row have a lesser chance of being a six.
However the laws of probability state that the next row would still have a 1/6 chance of being a six (and not being lower, despite the number of times six had just appeared).
This seems very counter-intuitive. I was wondering what's a good analogy / explanation to understand this phenomenon ?