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For Row, a strategy consists of a decision on o, 1, or 2, plus a pair of symbols
denoting how he will react to each of Column's possible ... For example, 1 ; I-i, Il-i
would mean, "Commit to row 1, then choose row 1 no matter what Column does.
In the latter case he, in effect, treats row iii as not wholly unlikely in spite of its
domination by row x. And if, to take the matter further, he suspects that the referee
has a tendency to hear "row v" when other rows are actually chosen, he may ...
If we take it into account we may have a reason for Row to wish that the "punitive"
payoffs in the lower right-hand cell were not quite as unattractive ... (For our
present purpose this is an "autonomous" probability, independent of Row's
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