It is true that tendencies can be predicted with relative accuracy over statistically significant periods of time and play. For instance, if a coin is flipped ten times, it is far more likely to land heads four times than it is to land heads only once. However, each flip is an independent event. Simply put, the coin is a coin: it does not know anything, it does not know how many times it has been flipped, nor does it know how many times it has already landed heads. So each time a coin is flipped, the probability that it will land heads, always remains 50%.