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Submission + - Winning algorithms for Rock, Paper, Scissors (bbc.com)

Celarent Darii writes: The probability of winning at Rock-Paper-Scissors is about 1 in 3. However, people do not play entirely randomly, a study has revealed. People tend to follow hidden patterns that can be used to win more games. A short article on the BBC gives hints to the strategies to be used to get a competitive advantage with your Rock-Scissors-Paper nemesis.
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Winning algorithms for Rock, Paper, Scissors

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