Whenever the contest starts with a question including "Alice" and "Bob" with a easy game theory, people get AC's. How can I improve in solving such problems ?Obviously, many people will say "practice". And where can I practice these questions ?I mean can you provide some links where I can find such questions ? asked 04 Nov '18, 09:08

There is a book called 'Mathematical Circles.' It's a pretty famous book. I used to practice Game Theory problems from it and it helped improve my logic for Game Theory a lot. I'm sure some online pdf of it too might be available. answered 11 Nov '18, 02:24

Did you read my editorial on game theory in September long (TABGAME)? It discussed a general way to tackle these problems in the first note on game theory and Chef Vijju's corner point 2. Since my below part is based on that, let me copy it for those who didnt Now, onto technical stuff.
answered 04 Nov '18, 16:40

https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/5daysofgametheory/challenges/ hope this helps brother.. answered 04 Nov '18, 14:59
Thanks. I will try to solve these questions.
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answered 13 Nov '18, 17:46

Please provide a link for the pdf of 'Mathematical Circles' if you have got it. answered 13 Nov '18, 17:32

PS: I got fucked up twice due to these questions in contest.
yeah please anyone!!!? I always hope not to see the pile or any similar word to it in question :(
@vivek_1998299 me neither... XD
Check Game Theory class notes by Thomas S. Ferguson. I was reading one of them several months ago, fun and lighter than math textbooks. Since then trying to improve myself on DP, hoping to return to game theory soon again
okay thanks @tieros