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Rock-Paper-Scissors is a simple game played between two people using their hands. The players make fists and say "Rock, Paper, Scissors." On the word "Scissors," both players choose one of three hand signs, either a fist for 'Rock', the hand flat for 'Paper', or the middle and ring fingers extended for 'Scissors.' The winner is chosen according to the following rules: Paper beats Rock, Scissors beats Paper, and Rock beats Scissors. Rock-Paper-Scissors is often used as a method of tie-breaking. There are many variations of this game.