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This course will cover the mathematical theory and analysis of simple games without chance moves....

Oct 28, 2016

I like it, but as a math undergraduate I wish we have gone through some of the exciting research trend in combinatorial game theory.

Jun 17, 2017

Gives a great Basic Overview with basic examples of the Game Theory. However i wouldn't consider it suitable for Professional Uses.

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par Epshita J

•Oct 14, 2016

Tom Marley was fun. He is like a little kid in a candy store.

par Hamza S

•Jun 17, 2017

Gives a great Basic Overview with basic examples of the Game Theory. However i wouldn't consider it suitable for Professional Uses.

par Ridder

•Jan 03, 2017

A good introduction into Combinatorial Game Theory.

It's obvious this course follows the book Winning Ways for your Mathematical Plays, vol I.

This course does extremely well on its own,but you can also chose to work together while working through Winning Ways (which I personally would recommend, if you can get your hands on that book).

par José N

•Nov 17, 2016

Excellent! An interesting subject taught by a very good teacher.

par Pranay S

•Aug 14, 2016

An invigorating subject to learn about. Learning made great by the lecturer!

par venkatachalam.j

•Jul 28, 2017

Likes the course & Tom Morley's presentation.

par DAVID P P

•Feb 03, 2017

Great course. I will try now the optional exercises and try having a deeper understanding on this.

par Mark V

•Sep 29, 2017

Excellent instructor and clear explanations.

par Leo B P W

•Jul 02, 2016

epic

par Guo X Y

•Oct 28, 2016

I like it, but as a math undergraduate I wish we have gone through some of the exciting research trend in combinatorial game theory.

par Joseph A D

•May 16, 2016

This was a very enjoyable and clearly educational course. It sparked my interest in surreal numbers (which I had heard of but never explored in detail.) Doctor Morley is a delightful character with a personality well suited to the playful nature of Conway's games.

par luis j

•Mar 01, 2018

very interesting analysis of

par Nancy A

•May 09, 2016

Very interesting and so much fun ;)

par Tomer T

•Apr 25, 2016

Excellent!

par Juan G A

•Nov 13, 2017

Fantastic

par Eashan P

•Sep 25, 2017

Awesome

par Hayatullahi B A

•Dec 07, 2017

Thank you

par Слынко Е А

•Oct 14, 2017

good

par Abhiraj H

•Jun 23, 2017

Loved the course.Thanks a lot.

par Eswarlal B K

•May 06, 2019

Just loved it

par Abhinav A

•Jul 21, 2016

The course topic itself and the syllabus was interesting and magnetic especially for someone like me who is equally interested in Economics, Game Theory, Mathematics and Computer Science. But I do feel that the concepts can be dealt with more theoretically so as to build formal background. I know it is difficult to make it mathematically heavy but still some of the concepts should have a theoretical explanation and proofs.

Overall, course was good and I learnt a lot of new things.

par Arman S

•Mar 29, 2016

A nice introduction to the topic. Suitable for a beginner.

par francois-guillaume r

•Nov 23, 2016

very fun introduction course. it doesn't take much time. however we don't go much in depth, just the concepts are given. The strategy to win at Nim is given as well, but no proof of it, not even as an extra, which is a bit disappointing because it was kind of being the highlight of the course. i guess we have to think by ourselves to understand why it works (or google it...)

i was surprised to discover symbols such as up, down, star, ... and all those surreal numbers... the last lecture leaves us wanting more but alas the course is too short

par Balasubramanian S

•Sep 06, 2016

A good introduction to games without chance.

par LittleStone

•Jan 13, 2018

Nice course and nice lecturer, I have learnt a lot of new things of Combinatorial Game theory. Thank you.

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