The next phase of robot domination has begun. Try playing in veteran mode, but don’t cry for your mom when you can’t win – the robots probably killed her already.
10 Littlegrey Comments:
Basically I just randomly chose rock paper or scissors, then the computer "did not have enough data"
Went a hundred rounds with the veteran computer. I won 39 times lost 26 and tied 34. I simply chose a pattern of six moves beforehand regardless of my previous moves and stuck to that pattern despite what I would normally would try to choose. It helped enormously.
Me 20, tie 10, comp 10.
Turns out playing the same thing several times then shifting makes you the 'leader'. Before I did that I was losing.
its a pretty nice concept but more variable should be added. :)
I must not be typical because the computer lost to me by a lot. Very cool concept.
it beta ne 50 to 16 good job terminator
Yep, I like it. Such statistical thinking only works for a limited number of games.
I did what the note said and was random and it was pretty much in thirds. Since I am the human I decided to stop playing when I was ahead so...I win. ;)
i found that, at least early on (first 30-50 rounds) simply mixing my strategy worked wonders for beating the computer in veteran. a lot of times a random double play would throw it for a loop and i could predict 3 or 4 of it's next turns based on what i had been doing. kind of a cool concept though.
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