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Games of No Chance 4 by Richard J. Nowakowski (ed.)

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Games of No Chance 4
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN-13: 9781107011038
Number of pages: 339

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The volume contains the first comprehensive explorations of misère games. It includes a tutorial for the very successful approach to analyzing misère impartial games and the first attempt at using it for misère partisan games. It also includes an updated version of Unsolved Problems in Combinatorial Game Theory and the Combinatorial Games Bibliography.

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