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Applying the Iterated Elimination of Strictly Dominated Strategies (IESDS) to a game resulted with the solution of the Nash Equilibrium.

Actually that specific "quadrant" of the matrix is the:

* Pareto optimal

* Nash Equilibrium

* Dominant strategies (through IESDS).

This is a Matrix that shows what I'm talking about:

Quadrant (1, 1) is a Nash Equilibrium, the solution of IESDS, and the Pareto optimum scenario.

What I'm trying to ask is: are my results wrong or this can actually happen? Did I come up correctly with the Nash Equilibrium? Is the IESDS solution really the quadrant (1, 1)?

Thanks for reading (and possibly answer).

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# Nash Equilibrium and IESDS

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