"Bald-hairy" pattern of alternation of Russian rulers

People say: "Once - an accident, twice - a coincidence, three - a pattern." What if this pattern has been going on for almost 200 years? It is definitely worth writing about it. And so, the rule of the "bald-hairy": from 1825 to the present time, the leaders of the Russian state alternate in the amount of hair on their heads. The countdown has been going on since December 1825, when Nicholas I, who had not very luxuriant hair, ascended the tsar's throne and ends with the current President of the Russian Federation V.V. Putin.

This strange pattern became widely known during the reign of Leonid I. Brezhnev, and in the future it was repeatedly mentioned and played up by satirists. So in the mid-1990s, with her help, the inevitability of the victory in the 1996 presidential elections of the bald leader of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Gennady Zyuganov was "justified".