Winning Ways: For Your Mathematical Plays, Volume. 2: Games in Particular
Winning Ways includes several theories for a wide range of different compounds which are described in detail in the first volume, Games in General. In this volume, Games in Particular, there is a dazzling presentation of the examples: any game which presents an opportunity for witty and original comment has been included. The analyses start with basic theory using simple examples, but progress to detailed case-studies of well-known games ranging from the elementary to the elaborate and including Tic-Tac-Toe, Dots-and-Boxes, Hackenbush, Peg Solitaire and the maddening Hungarian cube puzzle.
Specifications of Winning Ways: For Your Mathematical Plays, Volume. 2: Games in Particular
|Author||Richard Guy, John Horton Conway, Elwyn Berlekamp|
|Number Of Pages||472|
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