Consider the following scenario: There are three cups which are turned upside down. Beneath two of the cups is a piece of chocolate; the last cup has nothing underneath it. You are free to choose which cup you want to turn over. What is the probability that you will first choose a cup with chocolate then, on the next choice, choose the second cup with chocolate? (After the first cup is turned over, it is not replaced.)
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