Rock Paper Scissors

Andrew Z Allen
TL;DR; Computers are better than you at even simple games. Watch it whoop you at rock paper scissors.

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This is a very simple implementation of a Rock Paper Scissors (RPS) game.

Weighing in at 157 lines of JavaScript and 179 lines of Python, the application tracks previous users play patterns to create a probability distribution of your next throw. Given this probability distribution, the game takes a weighted guess at your next throw and then throws whatever will beat that.

All source is available at my github.

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