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Riddles by Travis:
Answer to last week's riddle: Ro-sham-bo, another name for Rock-paper-scissors, is named in honor of the French general Comte de Rochambeu, who was alleged to have won a game between himself, George Washington, and Lord Cornwallis "to decide who would be the last to leave Cornawallis's tent after the signing of the British surrender at Yorktown in 1781." Source: Rock, Paper, Scissors: Game Theory in Everyday Life by Len Fisher
Last week's riddle asked: "What popular dispute resolution technique is named (but spelled incorrectly) after and American Revolution commander? "
This week's riddle: If you have one throw to make in a Rock, Paper, Scissors tournament, what (statistically) should you play?