Some articles on strategy, argument:
... In combinatorial game theory, the strategy-stealing argument is a general argument that shows, for many games, that the second player cannot have a winning ... a strategy that will always win the game for them, no matter what moves the first player makes) ... The strategy-stealing argument applies to any symmetric game (one in which either player has the same set of available moves with the same results, so that the first player can "use" the second player's strategy ...
Famous quotes containing the words argument, strategy and/or stealing:
“If this phrase of the balance of power is to be always an argument for war, the pretext for war will never be wanting, and peace can never be secure.”
—John Bright (18111889)
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Where slowly winds the Stealing Wave!
The Years best Sweets shall duteous rise
To deck its Poets sylvan Grave!”
—William Collins (17211759)