Answer: The Monty Hall problem is a probability puzzle that asks how to best win a game of chance. The game is played with three doors, one of which has a prize behind it. The contestant selects a door, and the host opens another door to reveal that it has no prize. The contestant is then offered the opportunity to switch to the third door. The question is whether the contestant should switch doors.
The answer is that the contestant should switch doors, as the probability of winning by switching is 2/3, while the probability of winning by staying is 1/3. The problem is that the contestant is more likely to win by switching, but the contestant is not aware of this.
おおむね良さそう。英語版Wikipediaの説明と比べると、「確率のパズル(a probability puzzl)」とか「変更する機会(the opportunity to switch)」とか、共通する言い回しはありますが異なる文章と言っていいでしょう。
Twitter does some things so darn well, like how their embeds work, the web app, the related tweets, how the app works when you don't have a good connection… if you're an engineer that worked on that stuff and want to do it again, HMU