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# Game Theory

Author: Benjamin Qi

Contributor: Salma J

Solving games that are usually two-player to find the winner.

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Resources | ||||
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TopCoder | ||||

John H. Conway | ||||

E. R. Berlekamp | ||||

CP-algorithms | ||||

CP-algorithms |

Game Theory problems typically introduce you to a game in which there are some players who play according to a set of rules. The task is often to find who the winner is or the winning move(s).

## Problems

Status | Source | Problem Name | Difficulty | Tags | |
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CF | Easy | ## Show TagsGame Theory, Nimbers | |||

CF | Easy | ## Show TagsBitmasks, DP, Game Theory, Nimbers | |||

CF | Easy | ## Show TagsBitmasks, DP, Game Theory, Nimbers | |||

IOI | Easy | ## Show TagsGame Theory | |||

IOI | Normal | ## Show TagsGame Theory | |||

Baltic OI | Normal | ## Show TagsGame Theory | |||

AC | Normal | ## Show TagsGame Theory, Nimbers, Tree | |||

AC | Normal | ## Show TagsGame Theory, Nimbers | |||

GCJ | Hard | ## Show TagsGame Theory, Nimbers | |||

AC | Hard | ## Show TagsGame Theory, Nimbers | |||

POI | Very Hard | ||||

POI | Very Hard | ||||

POI | Insane |

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