Interesting, isn't it?
You might disagree with this answer
After the presenter revealed a red herring there is a 1/2 chance of getting the right choice anyway..
But when you chose the first picture there was a 1/3 chance, it doesn't matter what the presenter is doing
So the last picture remaining has a 1- 1/3 = 2/3 probability...
So you double your luck by changing
Both explainations seem somehow logical
But only one can be true...
What do you think about this?
Enter the name of that famous paradox.