Posted by **Susan** on Sunday, December 6, 2009 at 4:43am.

Under a mixed strategy,

(A) a player moves sequentially.

(B) player chooses among two or more pure strategies according to pre-

specified probabilities.

(C) the players may never reach a Nash equilibrium.

(D) cheating is encouraged.

(E) players are indifferent among their alternatives.

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