Monday, October 16, 2006

Contestants Stick To The Basics At Rock Paper Scissors Championships

PRAGUE, Czech Republic (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Rock Paper Scissors purists will be throwing down in Toronto on November 11 and absolutely no funny business will be tolerated.

That’s according to Rock Paper Scissors world championship spokesman Graham Walker who says there’s no room for cheaters at this year’s games and anyone that attempts to bust out an illegal move like the “Texas Longhorn,” “Dynamite,” “Magic Wand” or “God” maneuver will be disqualified.

Says Walker: “You will instantly be expelled from the competition – it completely destroys the balance of the game.”

He adds that it’s impossible to keep track of “God” moves because according to “pedestrian rules” you can only use it once in your life to get out of a sticky situation and, as he puts it, “it would be impossible to keep track of which registered players had used up their move or not.”

He’s confident no one will pull a slight-of-hand at the fifth annual event – mainly because there’s a $10,000 kitty at stake and with 750 competitors coming out from as far away as New Zealand, Australia and Norway competition will be steep.

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