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How to win at Rock, Paper, Scissors

How can you win at this popular game?

lundi 6 nov., Il y a 1 mois
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The video discusses the game of rock, paper, scissors and strategies to improve one's chances of winning.

The game relies on predicting and reading your opponent's moves. Research suggests that there's a slight preference for starting with "rock" possibly because it's mentioned first in the game's name or because it resembles a powerful fist. Knowing this preference, you can start with "paper."

When people lose a hand, they often change their next move. If they lose, they might switch to "scissors" or "paper." This information can help you make a move to either win or draw.

However, it's not foolproof, and your opponent might also be aware of these strategies. If you lose a hand, your opponent might expect you to change your choice. To surprise them, you can stick with your previous choice and potentially catch them off guard. The less predictable you are, the better your chances of winning.


• Predicting (verb): Making an educated guess about what will happen.

• Opponent (noun): A person you are competing against.

• Expect (verb): To believe or think that something will happen.

• Predictable (adjective): Able to be expected or anticipated.

• Cunning (noun): Skill in achieving one's ends through deceit or evasion.

• Chance (noun): The occurrence and development of events in the absence of any obvious design.

• Begin (verb): Start; commence.

Source: BBC ideas

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