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Rock Paper Scissors – Man vs Machine

Rock Paper Scissors – Man vs Machine
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Rock Paper Scissors

It’s worldwide, easy to learn and fun to play. Play against our friendly computer opponent and see if you can beat it.

The rules are simple:
* Rock blunts or breaks scissors: rock wins.
* Scissors cut paper: scissors win.
* Paper covers or captures rock: paper wins.
* A Stalemate occurs in the event that the Computer and you choose the same throw.

The psychology of Rock Paper Scissors:
Rock: Use of rock as an opening move is seen by many players to be a sign of aggression. Rock also happens to be the most effortless of the throws and fast reactions are never required to employ it with success. By careful examination of the options and atmosphere of play, a well-placed rock will crush a carelessly thrown pair of scissors every time.

Paper: Paper is actually the most challenging of the basic opening moves since it requires the manual displacement of the most digits. It is therefore generally viewed as the least obvious of opening throws. Should you open with a paper be forewarned that a reply of scissors will cut you down to size in no time flat.

Scissors: Opening with a pair of scissors assumes that you are playing against an opponent who has tight control over their aggressive tendencies and therefore may not open with a scissor-smashing rock . One of the main pitfalls of opening with scissors is the tendency by many to reveal the throw too early, allowing an experienced opponent to easily counter.

In future updates we may add other new and fun “throws” such as:
*Nuclear Bomb
We’ll also include a full explanation of how to play with these new throws.

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