Exploring my favorite games and game theory.

All the world's a game.
-Variation of "All the world's a stage" from William Shakespeare's As You Like It , Act II, Scene VII.
Consider for example the proceedings that we call "games." I mean board-games, card-games, ball-games, Olympic games, and so on. What is common to them all? Don't say: "There must be something common, or they would not be called 'games' "--but look and see whether there is anything common to all. ... How should we explain to someone what a game is? I imagine that we should describe games to him, and we might add: "This and similar things are called games." And do we know any more about it ourselves?
-Philosophical Investigations byLudwig Wittgenstein

For the fun of it, here are some of my favorite games:

Here are other games of note:

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