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PostPosted: 2014/11/04, 13:08 
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Just a bunch of links I found useful


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PostPosted: 2015/03/04, 12:00 
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I can most definitely recommend the Game Theory 101 course. It's very well planned and executed. The book is not compulsory but definitely worth buying, and it only costs a couple bucks so it's not really a huge investment.

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PostPosted: 2016/04/06, 08:11 
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Game Theory 101 is, as reflected in the title, a basic introduction to Game Theory which addresses its core concepts. This book, however, becomes more computationally heavy about halfway through when it begins to address Mixed Strategies. Still, the math is fairly basic and the book does a great job of explaining Strict and Weak Dominance and how different Pure and Mixed Strategies should be selected and how to solve games.

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PostPosted: 2016/04/28, 13:22 
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Hello,

I would recommend

https://gamedesignconcepts.wordpress.co ... n-concepts

Because,for new users, now the Game theory 101 is not available. Thank you for sharing BDW. It would helpful for all such Game lovers!!


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PostPosted: 2016/05/01, 09:25 
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Another interesting link: Five different groups of fun, each of them subdivided into more specific types.

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