Game Theory 101

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    26. Generalized Battle of the Sexes
    A lesson with William Spaniel
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    Tackle the ‘Battle of the Sexes’ game from a new angle and learn to solve for pure and mixed strategy Nash equilibria using variables instead of numbers.

    Tackle the ‘Battle of the Sexes’ game from a new angle and learn to solve for pure and mixed strategy Nash equilibria using variables instead of numbers.

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    27. Knife-Edge Equilibria
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    Slice into the precarious world of knife-edge equilibria - a kind of game theory equilibrium that exists for a single and exact payoff value.

    Slice into the precarious world of knife-edge equilibria - a kind of game theory equilibrium that exists for a single and exact payoff value.

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    28. Soccer Penalty Kicks
    A lesson with William Spaniel
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    The game's in overtime, so it's time for game theory! Learn how to solve for a player’s strategy when they’re faced with trying to score a soccer penalty kick.

    The game's in overtime, so it's time for game theory! Learn how to solve for a player’s strategy when they’re faced with trying to score a soccer penalty kick.

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    29. Comparative Statics
    A lesson with William Spaniel
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    Game theory fans, meet comparative statics. Learn how a game's outputs change as a function of its inputs and discover it’s real life implications.

    Game theory fans, meet comparative statics. Learn how a game's outputs change as a function of its inputs and discover it’s real life implications.

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    30. The Support of Mixed Strategies
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    Game theory strategies: why can't they all get along? Learn how to tell if a pure strategy is in support of a mixed strategy by calculating expected utility.

    Game theory strategies: why can't they all get along? Learn how to tell if a pure strategy is in support of a mixed strategy by calculating expected utility.

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