Do you know that Rock, Paper, Scissors dates back to the Chinese Han Dynasty, over 2,000 years ago? After being imported from China to Japan, the Japanese created numerous takes on the game, although the most popular now called “jan-ken” is a direct copy of the rock, paper, scissors we know today! While many consider rock, paper, scissors to be a game of complete chance, if you want to up your chances of winning then take this advice from expert players: Males usually throw rock first, while females usually throw paper first, while someone who has time to think about their move will often throw scissors! Test these tricks out and let us know how they work for your own games of rock, paper, scissors. For the experienced and inexperienced players alike, you’ll love this silver 2-finger ring featuring each symbol of the popular hand game.
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