# Tag Archives: domineering

## Combinatorial Game Theory XII

Lesson 12 Recall the following Domineering configuration in lesson 10: The above game has a nice theory behind it. Definition : For any game G, the game –G (called miny–G) is defined to be:   The game +G (called tiny–G) is defined … Continue reading

## Combinatorial Game Theory X

Lesson 10 In lesson 7, we learnt that if A, B are Left’s options in a game with A ≥ B, then we can drop B from the list of options and the game remains equal. In this lesson, we will … Continue reading

## Combinatorial Game Theory IX

Lesson 9 Typically, at the end of a Domineering game, the board is divided into disjoint components, so the overall game is the (game) sum of the individual components. Suppose we have the following 6 components: How should the next … Continue reading

## Combinatorial Game Theory VI

Lesson 6 General Combinatorial Game Theory [ Warning: the following lesson is significantly longer than the previous ones. ] Starting from this lesson, we will look at a more rigourous, complete and general theory. Prior to this, in any game configuration both … Continue reading