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The simplest situation is a zero–sum game of perfect information. The procedure

here is to draw up a pay-off table (or pay-off 'matrix”) for the next move, listing

along the top the possible moves open to a and down the

b, ...

The simplest situation is a zero–sum game of perfect information. The procedure

here is to draw up a pay-off table (or pay-off 'matrix”) for the next move, listing

along the top the possible moves open to a and down the

**side**the moves open tob, ...

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... example have been chosen so that if both

anything or loses anything. But this is just a chance result of choosing these

particular figures. The general principles of drawing up the pay-off matrices, and

seeing ...

... example have been chosen so that if both

**sides**play safe neither**side**gainsanything or loses anything. But this is just a chance result of choosing these

particular figures. The general principles of drawing up the pay-off matrices, and

seeing ...

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So both

reasonably badly. ... It would obviously be to the advantage of both

arms race, if they could both disarm; instead each

be ...

So both

**sides**are likely to play the accusation move, and both will sufferreasonably badly. ... It would obviously be to the advantage of both

**sides**in anarms race, if they could both disarm; instead each

**side**can only do this if they canbe ...

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