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Sequential Games

Last updated Nov 21, 2022 Edit Source

Represented with a game tree consisting of nodes (representing choices by players) and branches (representing different options)

A player has perfect information if her information set has just one node (e.g., chess); imperfect if more than one (e.g., silent auction where you don’t know the other bids)

Two sequential games are equivalent if they have the same game tree.