In this game theory lesson, learn how to determine the the best possible outcome by calculating the payoffs for a mixed strategy Nash equilibrium.
In this game theory lesson on strictly dominant mixed strategies, learn how to improve your outcome by eliminating options that are least beneficial.
A show of weakness isn't always a bad thing – learn about weak dominance in game theory, and how these strategies can result in multiple Nash equilibria.
There's not always a single dominant strategy in a game theory scenario - discover how a set of mixed strategies can result in infinitely many Nash equilibria.
The Odd Rule states that almost all game theory games have an odd number of equilibria. Learn about the Free Money game, an exception to the Odd Rule.
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