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The end product of this line of reasoning is that each

way as to minimize his maximum losses whenever the resulting choice of

strategy cannot be exploited by the opponent to then improve his position . This

so ...

The end product of this line of reasoning is that each

**player**should play in such away as to minimize his maximum losses whenever the resulting choice of

strategy cannot be exploited by the opponent to then improve his position . This

so ...

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To illustrate , suppose that

problem ( see Table 14.5 ) select the ... This selection would say that

giving an equal chance ( probability of 2 ) of choosing either ( pure ) strategy 1 or

...

To illustrate , suppose that

**players**1 and 2 in variation 3 of the political campaignproblem ( see Table 14.5 ) select the ... This selection would say that

**player**1 isgiving an equal chance ( probability of 2 ) of choosing either ( pure ) strategy 1 or

...

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For each of the following payoff tables , determine the opIf both product

improvements are developed simultaneously , timal strategy for each

successively eliminating dominated either manufacturer can have them ready for

sale in 12 ...

For each of the following payoff tables , determine the opIf both product

improvements are developed simultaneously , timal strategy for each

**player**bysuccessively eliminating dominated either manufacturer can have them ready for

sale in 12 ...

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