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08/28/2003 01:12 AM by David May; risk of being cheated vs. potential gain of co-operation
To make things easyer, I neglect a strategy where one prisoner hopes on cheating the other prisoner and I neglect the difference between 2-days and 0-days. As the difference is so small, especially compared to the worst-cases of
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08/16/2003 12:43 AM by Sunsawed; Reductio Ad Absurdum of PD
Lemme get this straight...

Let's say if both prisoners stay silent they get two days more in jail (with intense questioning). If one squeals and the other doesn't, the one that squeals if free to go and the other gets 20 years. But if they both squeal, they both get 18 years. It's still more rational to squeal???? [Manage messages]