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11/05/2002 07:53 PM by J. Lee; RE: 3 x 3 matrix
Since we have 3 players in this game, we need to make three 3x3 matrices. The usual trick is to have "I" a row player(whose available actions-choice of color- are rows in each matrix), "II" a column player(whose available choices are columns in each matrix), and "III" a matrix player(who can choose which matrix to play - that means each of three matrices represents a game where III chooses to play B, L, P, respectively). Payoff matrices and (pure strategy) Nash equilibrium are in attached pdf file. (There are six pure Nash equilibrium I found provided that I didn't make any mistake. Payoffs in bold corresponds to best responses and cells in red represent Nash eq payoffs.) [Manage messages]

09/24/2002 01:58 AM by Drew; 3 x 3 matrix
I need help solving a 3x3 problem. Three girls have a choice between three different dresses for prom:Black, Lavender, Peach. The payoffs are as follows: Girl "I" loves black, with a payoff of 3, and Lavender or Peach provide her with [View full text and thread]