Chicken and hawk game, Managerial Accounting

Chicken and Hawk (dove game)

Two players meet at a one-lane bridge and each must choose whether to cross first or wait for the other. If both play Tough (T), they crash in the middle of the bridge and get -1 each, if both play Weak (W), they keep on waiting and get 0, if one player chooses Tough (T) and the other Weak (W), then the tough player crosses first receiving 2, and the other weak one receives 1.


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