Long before there was "Rock Band," a different kind of rock game was all the rage: Rock-paper-scissors.
The game continues to be played nationwide,normally with little to no fanfare. It is often used to settle a dispute -- similar to flipping a coin -- about everyday trivialities.
But the game most famous for determining who gets the last slice of pizza will decide way more than that in Bellevue later this month.
On Oct. 25, the best tossers -- as players are known -- will have a chance at glory and winning a number of prizes during Bellevue Schools Music Boosters' double-elimination rock-paper-scissors tournament.