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Game Theory Explained

Game theory is a really cool subject and it's one of my favourite applications of math.

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Game theory as we know it today came about in part because of one man’s interest in poker. This man was not just your average man on the street. He was a mathematician, physicist, and computer scientist named John von Neumann. His goal was loftier than becoming a better poker…

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