This week’s top game theory links: 29th July

Here are my top five game theory links from the last week:

1 – The game theory of budget negotiations and debt ceiling (New York Times): http://j.mp/qTWHlO

2 – Why are rival gas stations always across the street from one another? http://t.co/MiXN2E9

3- Ever play chess blindfolded? If you do then you can’t see your opponents moves. It is the same in business, you need to be monitoring events so that you can react to them. http://t.co/OJtRSWS 

4 – Rock, Paper, Scissors. Even though you need to do something different to beat your opponent, research has shown that people tend to copy: http://t.co/eToZjW8

5 – The game theory of getting on a Sunday night ferry from Macau http://t.co/o77gely

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