Try to develop a strategy)
Here is a good application with which you can invite friends and play:
I was looking for TSUEFA for a good game on my phone, did not find it, then I decided to make it myself)
Made TSUEFA online)
https://play.google.com/store/apps/ details? id = kz.dms.cuefa
check it out) You can play with friends
Based on my experience in playing tsu-e-fa, the enemy throws a well after scissors, I don’t know how it works, but by showing the paper you will win, such a drop rate is about 70%
If you play one round, only luck will help. However, you can ask for 3 rounds and the victory is yours.)) Here's a tactic:
If you won / lost in the last game (and the opponent is not aware of this technique). ... throwing a stone, go to the scissors in the next fight ... throwing out the scissors, go to the paper in the next fight ... throwing out the paper, go to the stone in the next fight
If you lost in the last game (and the enemy is aware of this technique). ... throwing a stone, go to paper in the next fight ... throwing out scissors, go to a stone in the next fight ... throwing out the paper, move on to the scissors in the next fight
As a child I heard about this rule, it works at 80 percent. If the opponent plays at random, then most likely he will throw out something that would have won a strong position in the previous round (For example, if there was a paper-stone game, he will throw out the scissors) Accordingly, you need to throw out what wins the scissors. Simply put, it turns out that you need to roll out what lost to your previous position (stone). We wrote about this above, but intuitively))
I pretend, a moment before the symbol is shown, that I open my palm before my opponent. For example, I raise two fingers slightly, hinting at scissors. Of course, the opponent will show the stone, but I'll throw out the paper.
A bit of a dishonest way, but I try to fold in a split second after my opponent has shown a piece, and then I fold myself. The main thing here is that the enemy does not notice that you are delaying
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 nature of the enemy. For example, if it is soft enough, sensitive, etc., it will most likely deliver paper. Well, in the opposite case - a stone. Scissors are rarely first. In my personal experience, a player puts scissors if he is confident in his victory. In general, try to put it purely intuitively, it should work. Oh, and yes, this method works best if you play for one win)
I always put on scissors and lose 1/10. Correct scheme. If the "porridge" falls out the first time, then you have to be perverted further. I have everything.
I very often win in tsu-e-fa, simply by 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 do not guess, but if they do, then change tactics (stop repeating the opponent). The method cannot be called 100% working, but I use it and win quite often.
If this is a game of a person against a computer, yes, but you will most likely lose. If this is a game of a person with a person - 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- stone, 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 also other options, but this one has been named one of the most effective. Of course, the chance of winning can change if you inform your opponent about it or he also uses something similar. It can even be found statistically if two people use random signs against each other.
P.S. Of course, it will be even more fun if you still write down what gestures your opponent uses most often, or create an algorithm for predicting, the possibilities are not limited today.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/3nxjjztQKtY? wmode = opaque
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 place 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 97). Perhaps there is no such rule in your city.
Obviously not. In an amicable way, the chance of winning 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 willingly 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 likelihood.