The Gambler's Fallacy is thinking that your
chances of heads coming up increases the more that tails have
come up in your previous losing bets on heads. I suppose you
*could* analyse this into some form of thinking that mere
temporal sequence is a mark of causal sequence. The gambler maybe
thinks there is a sort of fair minded spirit guiding the tosses
and watches how they go and if there are a whole lot of tails
coming up in a row and the gambler is losing, the spirit, being
the fair thing it is, then causes the next toss to come up heads
so the gambler gets his dough back. Who knows what goes on in the
gambler's mind?