Impartial Triangular Chocolate Bar Games

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Miyadera, Ryohei; Nakamura, Shunsuke; Fukui, Masanori;
  • Subject: Mathematics - Combinatorics

Chocolate bar games are variants of the game of Nim in which the goal is to leave your opponent with the single bitter part of the chocolate bar. The rectangular chocolate bar game is a thinly disguised form of classical multi-heap Nim. In this work, we investigate the ... View more
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