A game is being played with 3 dice, a red die, a blue die and a green die. All are fair dice and they are all numbered with 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 on their faces.
A machine thoroughly tosses the dice in a metal drum, then spits one die at a time onto the table.
A man has bet on the three dice showing a combined total of 10.
The first die to be spit out is a 1. Did the man's chances of winning increase, decrease or stay the same as before any of the dice were rolled?