1. denis_krakhmalev says:

Obviously not. In a good way, the chance to win is calculated as 1/3+1/9+1/27 …, if you roll with equal signs.

But psychology says (you can Google it yourself) that in the first round, people are less willing to put “scissors” (perhaps because of more complex motor skills, or maybe they just have some kind of prejudice). So throw away the “paper” and hope for the probability.

Good luck.

2. andrey_ch says:

In many courtyards/districts, it is customary to play �with the first scissors, so this has already become a habit, and as a rule, it is not discussed before starting. In order to win, you need to put a stone and then say that we did not agree with the first scissors.

UPD: the rule of “first scissors” was and is in Moscow among my generation (born in 97). �Perhaps in your city there is no such rule.

3. vit_erofeev says:

I pretend, a moment before the symbol is shown,that I open my palm before the opponent. For example, I slightly lift two fingers, hinting at scissors. Of course, the opponent will show the stone, but I will throw out the paper.

4. anastasiya_savonina says:

Even as a child, I heard about this rule, about 80 percent. If the opponent plays at random, then most likely they will throw something that would have won a strong position in the previous round(For example,if there was a game of paper-stone, they will throw scissors in the next round) Accordingly, you need to throw out what wins the scissors. Simply put, it turns out that you need to throw out what lost your previous position(stone). We wrote about this above, but intuitively))

5. fit_book says:

There is no special combination. There are psychological tricks that push a person to choose the simplest and, in his opinion, more advantageous gesture – this is usually <paper>. This object is perceived by the brain as harmless and can be reproduced in the context of the game. Let's call it < people's psychological trick>, before starting the game, ask the person the question <people's psychological trick><Are you ready>? He has to answer something and immediately start the game. You should always put scissors on.Good luck. By the way, it always worked for me, I don't understand why. The trick was shared by a psychology teacher at one of the seminars at the military academy.

6. ilya_lysyany says:

Based on my experience of playing tsu-e-fa, the opponent throws a well after the scissors, I don't know how it works, but if you show the paper you win, this drop rate is about 70%

I have a fairly proven method, but it only works the first time. That is, if you made a mistake in the first round, then get out of it yourself. You need to know the enemy's character. For example, if it is soft enough, sensitive enough, etc., it will most likely put down the paper. Well, in the opposite case – a stone. Scissors are rarely placed first. In my personal experience, a player puts a pair of scissors if he is confident of winning. In general, try to put it purely intuitively, it should work. Oh, and yes, this method is best suited if you play for one win)

8. mark_falkov says:

It's a bit unfair, but I try to throw it out in a split second after the opponent has shown a piece, and then I throw it out myself. The main thing here is that the enemy does not notice that you are procrastinating

9. ilya_bulgakov says:

I always bet the scissors right away and lose 1/10. The correct scheme. If “porridge” falls out from the first time, then you should already be perverted further. I have all.

10. zawas_wedjan says:

If you play one round, then only luck will help.
However, you can ask for 3 rounds and the victory is yours .))
� � �Here's the tactic :

• If you won/lost in the last game (and the opponent is not aware of this technique).
…throw out the rock, move to the scissors in the next fight
…throw out the scissors, move to the paper in the next fight
…throw out the paper, move to the stone in the next fight

• If you lost in the last game (and the opponent is aware of this technique).
…throw out the rock, move to the paper in the next fight
…throw out the scissors, move to the rock in the next fight
…throw out the paper, move to the scissors in the next fight

11. nahum_is_legless says:

I very often win in tsu-e-fa by simply repeating the opponent, i.e. if the opponent showed scissors, in the next round I show scissors, and so on(I don't know why, but it works, maybe people just throw out a random symbol, and they don't like to repeat themselves).
Usually people don't guess, and if they do, I change my tactics(I stop repeating the opponent).
This method can't be called 100% working, but I use it and win quite often.

12. stanislav_verchenko says:

If it's a human-computer game, yes, but you'll probably lose.�If this is a human-to-human game, no. But there is one way that can significantly increase your chance of winning: choose randomly (using any randomizer) one of the hand signs. You can even create and print a table of random numbers (from 1 to 3, 1-rock, 2-scissors, 3-paper, if there is also a well, then up to 4, etc.). Your opponent will try to predict your next hand sign, but each time it will be a random sign. There are still other options, but this one was called one of the most effective. Of course, the chance of winning can change if you inform your opponent about it or they will also use something similar. It can even be found out statistically if two people use random signs against each other.�

PS Of course, it will be even more fun if you still record what gestures your opponent uses most often, or create an algorithm for guessing, the possibilities are not limited today.