The Gambler's Fallacy Original Painting
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The birds have found their way to Monaco and the world-famous Monte Carlo casino! Craps seems to be working for them. The Monte Carlo casino was the location of what's become known as "The Gambler's Fallacy". In 1913, 26 black numbers were called in a row at the roulette table here! A lot of money was lost (except I guess for the person who betted on red for the 27th spin). The gambler's fallacy is the belief that (in this case) red is about to show up because black has been called too many times.
Frame has a black edge with a purple inset fabric liner.
Framed image size is 39.75" x 25.75".