- Game theory (disambiguation)
Game theory can refer to:
Game theory, the study of participants' behaviour in strategic situations.
Combinatorial game theory, the study of move combinations in games like nim, chess, and go.
Game Theory (band), a 1980s American rock band.
Game Theory (album), a 2006 album by The Roots hip hop band.
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