Game theory by Ferguson T.S.
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2) No follower of (x1 , . . , xn ) has g-value b. Then the SG-value of x, being the smallest SG-value not assumed by one of its followers, must be b. To show (1), let d = a ⊕ b, and k be the number of digits in the binary expansion of d, so that 2k−1 ≤ d < 2k and d has a 1 in the kth position (from the right). Since a < b, b has a 1 in the kth position and a has a 0 there. Since b = g1 (x1 ) ⊕ · · · ⊕ gn (xn ), there is at least one xi such that the binary expansion of gi (xi ) has a 1 in the kth position.
In the example, g(T H H T T H) = g(T H) ⊕ g(T T H) ⊕ g(T T T T T H). We begin with some examples. 1 Examples. 1. Subtraction Games. Many impartial combinatorial games can be put into the form of coin turning games, though the description may become rather complex. On the other hand, some games with simple descriptions as coin turning games have complex descriptions as games played with piles of counters. Subtraction Games have simple descriptions under both forms. 1, where we may remove from 1 to 3 counters from a pile.