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Fu Mi Hi

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Fu Mi Hi

Classical Rock Paper Scissors game for children.

What are your odds of winning rock-paper-scissors? Simple - one in three. At least, that's what chance predicts.

The game has only three possible outcomes other than a tie: a player who decides to play rock will beat another player who has chosen scissors ("rock crushes scissors") but will lose to one who has played paper ("paper covers rock"); a play of paper will lose to a play of scissors ("scissors cut paper"). If both players throw the same shape, the game is a tie.

But winners tend to stick with their winning action, while losers tend to switch to the next action in the sequence "rock-paper-scissors”.

To play smart, players should completely randomize their choices - to remain unpredictable and not be anticipated by opponents or computers.

Fu Mi Hi stands for two three one in old Japanese language.
Radhakrishnan Pillai