QuoteSometimes I think that this is all part of the experiment.. MHill not commenting is like the psychiater that says "keep on talking".
It's very interesting, seeing where the conversation goes. It never seems to go anywhere near the path I would have envisaged at the start!I don't know the answer to this (I confess I haven't tried to solve the problem - I've been too busy trying to draw 'My Little Ponies' this week!). I've seen the game played about three times. The kids can get very confused quickly. Sometimes they forget who tigged them, and so don't get back up, accidentally changing the course of the game. Ignoring those mistakes though, I suppose I'm interested in a 'textbook' game, where everyone remembers the rules, and no-one needs to play rock-paper-scissors.If player A tigs everybody else before any other tigging is done, player A wins.If player B tigs player C, C sits down. If A tigs B, C stands up. If player A then tigs C, C sits down again.I think that if A tigs everybody else at some point in the game, A can win. Does A only need to tig everybody else once, or are there situations where A needs to tig B more than once?Is there a way for A to win without tigging everyone else (eg tigging all except one)?