A derivative test for finite solutions of games.

by Irving Leonard Glicksberg

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A proof that in a game over the square with continuous payoff M, the minimizing (y) player has an optimal strategy using at most n/2 points (counting 0 and 1 as half points), and the maximizing player has an optimal strategy using at most n points.

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