That said, interesting take on the situation.

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A) does not mean your next 100 flips expectation is any different than normal, ie less than 50% heads.

B) does mean your Heads expectation for your first 200 flips combined is going to be less than your current 60% Heads rate.

In this case referring to Scoscia’s supernatural ability to defy pythag and forecasting, it can be a reasonable term to use, though in the context it’s unclear to the reader whether the author meant A or B.

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