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Game Theory Suggests There Are 4 Major "Personality" Types. Game Theory Tuesdays. Blog: http://wp.me/p6aMk-4Sy
What kind of car should you buy? People approach the decision in many different ways. Some people want a flashy red sports car that will impress. Others would prefer a high performance car that can…
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The Saavedra Position Chess Endgame - Game Theory Tuesdays. Blog: http://wp.me/p6aMk-4O9
Chess always ends in a win for white, a win for black, or a draw. In certain positions, it is possible to derive a plan that necessarily ends in one of the outcomes regardless of how the other play…
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How Congress Caused Drug Prices To Increase By Mistake: How MFC Clauses Can Backfire. Game Theory Tuesdays. Blog: http://wp.me/p6aMk-4CO
How can a company sell $2 worth of drugs for $100, and then raise the price to $600 within 10 years? There is uproar about the pricing of Mylan’s EpiPen, an epinephrine auto-injector that can…
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The Horse Horseshoe Boots Viral Brain Teaser. The Correct Answer Explained Video: https://youtu.be/3QMoJVHutw8

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Can You Solve The Hardest Easy Geometry Problem? Video: https://youtu.be/HQc-54hQ8kw

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Etremely cunning approach
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How This Election Is Like A Three Stooges Pie Fight - Game Theory Tuesdays. Blog: http://wp.me/p6aMk-4Ox
In Half-Wits Holiday, one professor wagers another whether he can turn a trio of repairmen into distinguished gentlemen. In this version of Pygmalion, the three stooges Moe, Larry, and Curly are ta…
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Can You Solve The 21 Flags Game From Survivor? Video: https://youtu.be/K_MckZc8VvQ

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Can You Solve The Viral 11x11 = 4 Puzzle? The Correct Answer Explained. New Video: https://youtu.be/IQd1oDsHVSc

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Can You Solve This MIT Admissions Question? Geometry Problem, 1869. Video: https://youtu.be/cvG77iyFvlU

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Can You Solve Google's Car Probability Interview Question? Video: https://youtu.be/NRQVFJdZTi4

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Pigs Know Game Theory! And How Strength Can Be A Weakness. Game Theory Tuesdays. Blog: http://wp.me/p6aMk-4Nh
This post is a result of William Spaniel (@gametheory101) tweeting about pigs and game theory. I have no idea what this illustration is supposed to be, so we're gonna call it a pigoner's …
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What Is 6÷2(1+2) = ? The Correct Answer Explained. Video: https://youtu.be/URcUvFIUIhQ

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Check out the blog http://mindyourdecisions.com/blog/

Mind Your Decisions has videos and blog posts on that have been viewed millions of times.

I am Presh Talwalkar, the author of "The Joy of Game Theory" and "The Irrationality Illusion," as well as other books related to mathematics. You can see all of my books listed on Amazon: www.amazon.com/Presh-Talwalkar/e/B008DKL6VG/

I studied Economics and Mathematics at Stanford University.

I am thankful to everyone that has spread the word. I am especially grateful to the following press mentions which helped the site grow initially: Yahoo Finance, Freakonomics blog--New York Times opinion blog, The Boston Globe, Lifehacker, and Slashdot