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03/11/2003 06:35 PM by Thomas; Re: Adding strategies
Thanks very much, that's just the kind of thing I was looking for. It's sort of a modified Prisoner's Dilemma. [Manage messages]

03/11/2003 02:21 PM by Mike Shor; Re: Adding strategies
Here is a simple example: 10,10 0,0 11,0 1,1 Note that in the above game, the row player has a dominant strategy (the lower one) and hence the equilibrium results in payoffs of (1,1). If the row player could eliminate [View full text and thread]

03/10/2003 06:17 PM by Thomas; Adding strategies may be harmful
Can someone give me an example of a simple, non-zero sum, two person game where adding a strategy makes the game worse for the player who gets the additional strategy? This is kind of paradoxical because you'd think intuitively that if [View full text and thread]