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Rock, Papers, Scissors

In my continued pursuit of winning at Rock, Papers, Scissors (see my previous newsletter where I gave strategies), the New York Times has an active webpage where you can play against a computer, and the computer learns from you in order to beat you in subsequent tries.

It’s pretty good. Of course, it’s really an exercise in statistical averages and that we’re really not as random as we think we are.

But knowing that takes the fun away, so forget you just read that.

I encourage you to play at the link…..

┬áROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS – LINK

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