Game playing in class-equilibrium payoffs are (2, 3, 2), Game Theory

Equilibrium payoffs are (2, 3, 2). Player A’s equilib- rium strategy is “N and then N if b follows N or N if d follows N” or “Always N.” Player B’s equilibrium strategy is “b if N” (or just b). Player C’s equilibrium strategy is “d if S” (or just d).

 

 

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For(b):

Player A has eight strategies:

(1) “N and N if b or N if d,”

(2) “N and N if b or S if d,”

(3) “N and S ,if b or N if d,”

(4) “N and S if b or S if d,”

(5) “S and
N if b or N if d,”

(6) “S and N if b or S if d,”

(7) “S and S if b or N if d,” or

(8) “S and S if b or S if d.”

 

Player B has two strategies:

(1) “t if N,”

(2) “b if N.”

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