AAAI Publications, Twenty-Second International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Font Size: 
Hustling in Repeated Zero-Sum Games with Imperfect Execution
Christopher Archibald, Yoav Shoham

Last modified: 2011-06-28


We study repeated games in which players have imperfect execution skill and one player's true skill is not common knowledge. In these settings the possibility arises of a player "hustling", or pretending to have lower execution skill than they actually have. Focusing on repeated zero-sum games, we provide a hustle-proof strategy; this strategy maximizes a player's payoff, regardless of the true skill level of the other player.

Full Text: PDF