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Rock, Paper, Scissors by Len Fisher
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Oct 19, 2010

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Read from December 15 to 19, 2010

The book wasn't memorable. Admittedly, I'm writing this review several months after reading it, and that's probably why. I gave it an average rating because it was good at providing examples of game theory in our everyday lives. It did not provide numbers or hard math that might bog down the fundamental concepts; that's why I enjoyed the read. I would recommend this book to somebody who is superficially interested in the term "game theory" but doesn't want to take an entire semester course on the topic. You might be just as well off reading Wikipedia.

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