Zermelo's Theorem Definition

A theorem about finite two-person games of perfect information in which the players move alternately and chance does not affect the decision-making process. It states that if the game cannot end in a draw, then one of the two players must have a winning strategy, i.e. force a win.
The well-ordering theorem .

Origin of Zermelo's Theorem

  • Named after Ernst Zemelo .

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