The Best, and Easiest to Understand Introduction to Game Theory

Harrison’s Applied Game Theory. A Simple and Easy to Understand Approach To Solving any Problem  – Written for a 12-Year-Old

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Playing simple games while getting organized
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It is fun to become immersed in gamer thinking
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Most children’s games include at least two of the following six features in different proportion:

All games are similar because they have some of the six features mentioned above. Of course, there are likely to be others such as;

Games are built on patterns — a particular kind of order. Everything we can experience in life will have patterns. There are many different types of patterns. Some patterns are basic and simple, like a game of Tic-tac-to or checkers. One could explain to a child that when, for example, your parents or guardians go to work or buy food at the store they are expressing patterns.

 

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