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06/12/2013 02:12 AM by name withheld; Isnít realy there any challenging game theory problems?
I've seen several books on Game theory like Osborne , Osborne and Rubinstein,Tirole and etc .I really need to see and solve challenging problems in game theory(I don't see those books' problems challenging) ,ones that need for example thirty minutes to one hour of work not because they have so many computations but they need creativity.I prefer problems on basic concepts like (Basic or baysian) Nash Equilibrium.

Thanks in advance
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