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# Game Theory 101

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1. Introduction to Game Theory
A lesson with William Spaniel

Learn to think on your feet! Follow along with this game theory series to better understand how people behave when confronted with a variety of decisions.

Learn to think on your feet! Follow along with this game theory series to better understand how people behave when confronted with a variety of decisions.

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2. The Prisoner's Dilemma
A lesson with William Spaniel

What happens if two suspects are questioned on suspicion of robbery? If everyone is looking out for their own interests, the results might surprise you!

What happens if two suspects are questioned on suspicion of robbery? If everyone is looking out for their own interests, the results might surprise you!

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3. Eliminating Dominated Strategies
A lesson with William Spaniel

Learn to apply the Prisoner's Dilemma approach to a larger game using a tactic called iterative elimination of strategically dominated strategies.

Learn to apply the Prisoner's Dilemma approach to a larger game using a tactic called iterative elimination of strategically dominated strategies.

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4. Pure Strategy Nash Equilibrium
A lesson with William Spaniel

Inspired by the movie "A Beautiful Mind?" Learn what it really means to find a Nash equilibrium—or win-win situation—in this Game Theory 101 lesson.

Inspired by the movie "A Beautiful Mind?" Learn what it really means to find a Nash equilibrium—or win-win situation—in this Game Theory 101 lesson.

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5. What is Nash Equilibrium?
A lesson with William Spaniel

Game theory isn't just about winning or losing, it's how you play the game. Learn how the Nash equilibrium can help you achieve great things!

Game theory isn't just about winning or losing, it's how you play the game. Learn how the Nash equilibrium can help you achieve great things!

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