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Rock, Paper, Scissors, Digital…

A traditional child’s game across the world, rock, paper, scissors is a non-cooperative game where no option is absolutely better than the other. A player cannot always choose rock because it will hint the others of his/her next move, and so each player has 1 out of 3 chances to win a given round. In game theory this game structure is referred to as mixed strategy Nash equilibrium.  Psychology is an important part of a marketing strategy as is gamification and game theory.  Studies show that players behave more biologically than rationally when making decisions. A research from Zhejiang university,
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