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Chess Strategy (Posted on 2006-08-01) Difficulty: 2 of 5
A man has to win two games in a row in order to win a prize. In total, he has to play only three games. The opponents are weak or strong. He has to at least play one strong opponent, and he cannot play consecutively two weak opponents. What sequence should he choose to play?

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GUESS:GK20042006-08-30 11:47:56
SolutionIts a win-win situationDej Mar2006-08-01 15:05:47
re: probablistic proof :-DCharlie2006-08-01 11:40:04
re: Too simplePenny2006-08-01 09:44:22
probablistic proof :-DDaniel2006-08-01 09:14:46
re: Too simpleCharlie2006-08-01 09:12:17
SolutionToo simpleOld Original Oskar!2006-08-01 08:49:04
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