Have you ever thought about why paper beats rock in a rock paper scissors game? If not, think about it now, or else just read this to find out Why Paper Win Against Rock In Rock Paper Scissors?
Rock, paper, scissors are also called “Rochambeau” like Ro-Sham-Bo and Rock-paper-scissors respectively.
The game is like you have 3 options either rock, paper, or scissors and the opponent has the same
And it depends on your and your opponent’s choices.
It’s like a guessing game or predicting the other player’s moves.
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History of Rock, Paper, Scissors
The first time anybody mentions this game was in a book named “Wuzazu” written by the Chinese writer Xie Zhaozhi at the time of the Ming Dynasty.
In this book, the game was called shoushiling.
If you think it’s just that but no there’s a long history of this game.
In Japanese history, this game is also mentioned as “The three who are afraid of one another” (sansukumi-ken).
In the early 20th century rock, paper, and scissors spread beyond Asia, therefore, the names of the three-hand gesture were translated into English as what we know now.
Many Theories that say Paper wins against Rock
1. This story comes from an ancient Chinese tradition when a request was sent to the ruler on a piece of “paper”.
The rock was placed over the paper if the request was accepted or the paper was rapped over the rock, indicating the rejection of the request.
Because of all this many believed and said that paper wins over rock, paper covered the rock which means defeat in that situation.
Even though it is a popular story but it is not true because the origin of rock paper scissors happened in China but the today’s rock paper scissors originated in Japan.
2. The earliest Japanese “sansukumi-ken” game was known as “mushi-ken”, which was imported directly from China.
Although this game was imported from China the Japanese version differs in the animals represented. In adopting the game, the original Chinese characters for the poisonous centipede were apparently confused with the characters for the “slug”.
Today, the best-known “sansukumi-ken” is called “jan-ken”, which is a variation of the Chinese games introduced in the 17th century. “Jan-ken” uses the rock, paper, and scissors signs and is the game that the modern version of rock-paper-scissors derives from directly.
Its English-language name is therefore taken from a translation of the names of the three Japanese hand gestures for rock, paper, and scissors, elsewhere in Asia the open-palm gesture represents “cloth” rather than “paper”. The shape of the scissors is also adopted from the Japanese style.
You might not believe but it was like something totally new I have learned just now because it was right in front of us but we never thought about it. If you ever thought about it then you can comment down below.
It had some interesting ancient sayings and some logical sayings which was the best part for me to be honest.
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