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There is an algorithm to follow and win rock-paper-scissors
posted January 26 2015 20:21.22 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Rock-paper-scissors is this sort of game that seems to be completely random. But group of Chinese scientists ran this experiment with 360 students playing the game for two hours. There are two rules that you can follow and have better chances to win the game, assuming that your game partner does not follow the same strategy. Click on the spoiler button to see these rules.



Or just enjoy watching the following video which explains them in details...



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