But that answer was still calculated by math, and I don't totally agree with math. I think we only come up with that answer because of a flaw in how math was formulated. Just because the probability of a coin toss is 50/50 doesn't mean that if you throw it 20 times, 10 of them will be heads. Reality only tends toward probability, it doesn't fall into it precisely.

Well theoretically, there's no reason to believe that the door I didn't choose is more likely than the chosen door, because it's still equally likely that that I chose the correct door in the first place than that I didn't.

I don't understand why you would use that basis to make your choice anyway.