Seven techniques for winning a rock scissors

"2006 World Rock Paper Scissors ChampionshipsJanken 's world championship is held in Toronto in November. The total prize money is 10,000 dollars, about 1.17 million yen. Every participant never thinks of winning by "coincidence" or "luck strength". It says to aim for victory with a clear strategy.

In other words ... ... Janken is not just random or probability. Because humans can not do something 'completely' randomly. Therefore, it means that there are tricks and techniques for winning. I think that there is a person saying, "Somehow the scarce is weak," but that is because there is no strategy.

So, let's see what kind of strategy is necessary to keep winning with a Jibi, and what kind of things are possible.
First of all there are two basic tactics that you need to know to win.

Part 1: Removing a specific selection from the other party
For example, if your opponent does not put out goo, you can win if you keep putting out the bowl. There is no way I can do that! You may think, but that is not the case. I can do it.

Part 2: Identify what the other party will issue from the previous move
In other words, by combining with the first method, you can win by winning or predicting your opponent. This last movement includes not only the movement of the hand that will deliver the Jiken, but also the result of the previous match. That is the level of deep psychology.

By combining the development systems of these two basic strategies, there are various ways to win.

1: Beginners give goo
Especially as a tendency to be more common in men, it seems to put out goo at first. This is because it embraces such image as "strong" or such image, so-called punching. Therefore, it seems that you can win with a high probability if you are issuing "par" for a beginner's Janken. However, if you are a professional player like the Janken World Championship will not be able to communicate.

2: The first chopper
What "beginners get goo" means what to put out in case of experienced opponent is "choki". Because it is not a beginner, it is not goo because it is choki or par. That means that if you put out a choke, there is a high probability that you will not lose at least.

3: Two consecutive traps
In my initial basic strategy I mentioned "Remove a specific selection from the other party", but that is it. For example, when the opponent gives out the lure, the next thing also comes out. Then the opponent gives out next the possibility of goo or par is very high. Because it is overwhelmingly disadvantageous when expected by the opponent in the Jiken game, if you inevitably bring out the same hand twice consecutively, there is a tendency to put out other hands to avoid being anticipated It is because it is strong.

4: Declare
It is a way to preliminarily declare what you will submit next and put out the way you do. For example, if you say "Next time will gooo!", The other party doubts the word, so I will not issue a par. That means that the opponent is Chojuka or Goo. That means that if you gooo you will at least not lose. I'm such a fool! Although it is a strategy of being effective, it seems to be effective. In other words, it is said to be a battle of human psychology. It is effective if you are a partner who is not accustomed to psychological warfare and who thinks to some extent.

5: Let your hand get out before thinking
Of course you can win if you know what the other party will give next. However, it is usually impossible. However, there are possible situations. It is effective for not winning a one-time game, but winning with a scapold several times. In this case, the less time you need to think about what to do next, the more likely it will be to eventually win the hand that wins the last minute. For example, if the opponent wins the last lolita, as time to consider similarly gets lost, it becomes easier to unintentionally release the choke. So, you finally win if you get goo. It is based on the psychology that you can not leave it if there is a so-called successful experience.

6: Fixing the order to release
This is the same thing as magic trick technique, so it does not have any effect on the person you know. Before saying to the opponent and Janken before going to Janken, "Goo won the Chochi ..." Show Goo to the opponent, then "Won the Par with ..." to show the opponent to the opponent, "Park wins the go" I will show you the par to my opponent while saying. By doing this, the pattern of the opponent is fixed at the level of deep psychology, making it easier for others to see their hands in the order they saw. It is an operation similar to answering "giraffe" when asking "What kind of animals are long nose?" After saying "Kirin" 10 times as "Kirin Giraffe Giraffe ..." Or it is the same as a technique by which a magician draws a specific card by the opponent. (Actually it is possible to let others draw a favorite card)

7: Put a par when you can not help it
If the other party is also using the same strategy as this one, you may end up with not knowing what to put out next, that is, you may lose your hand. In such a case, if you give out "par", we can expect more results. Because the hands that were not most frequently presented at the past various rock scenes are "choki". If the scrambling is only probability, each hand equally equals 33.3%, but in fact the chopper is the lowest and the probability of being given out is 29.6%. So, there is a high possibility of winning if you put out par.

Please note that this "World RPS Society - How to beat anyone at Rock Paper ScissorsIn addition, the eighth method comes out, but it is almost equal to omission, so omit it. Whoever wants to win should try reading it.

So, with these seven strategies, it will be a Janken scene like this. It is the appearance of the Janken in the actual world championship.

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