I just wrote a JavaScript app called the “Mounty Hall Problem App” (which simulates a famous game-show puzzle with a very similar name).

The user is presented with three closed doors. After picking one door, the host opens one of the other two doors to reveal a losing token behind it.

Photo by Jon Sailer on Unsplash

(I used Canadian woodland creatures to represent losing tokens behind the doors. You might want to take them home, but they can be pretty aggressive.)

Now the user is given the choice of staying with their original door pick or switching to the other unopened door.

What should the…

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