Not everyone’s interested in Final Jeopardy! wagering – but the game theory underlying it is useful on a daily basis.

In that vein, I present The Final Wager’s Guide to Game Theory: an introduction to the fascinating world of determining the optimal approach to almost anything.

Below, you’ll find my posts on game theory and statistics, from basic concepts to their applications in everyday life.

Situations where, given another player's choice, your best choice is obvious – or perhaps not.

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2003 Jeopardy! College Champion Keith Williams lays out basic and advanced game theory concepts in easy-to-understand terms. Topics include Nash equilibria (both pure and mixed-strategy), zero-sum games, minimax, backward induction, expected value, independent events, and The Gambler's Fallacy.