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1 is satisfied. For a measurable function u : X → R we denote by μu the integral μu := X μ(dξ )u(ξ ) (if it exists). 1. There are a σX -measurable function V with 1 ≤ W ≤ V ≤ W + const and a constant λ ∈ (0, 1) with Qϑ,π,ρ V ≤ λV + IC · μV (4) ϑpV ≤ λV . (5) and Proof. Without loss of generality we assume β > 0. Let β ′ := [ϑ/(1 − ϑ)]β, W ′ := W + β ′ , and α ′ := (β ′ + α)/(β ′ + 1). Then it holds α ′ ∈ (α, 1) and pW ′ = pW + β ′ ≤ αW + β ′ + βIC ≤ α ′ W − (α ′ − α)W + α ′ β ′ + (1 − α ′ )β ′ + βIC ≤ α ′ W ′ − (α ′ − α) + (1 − α ′ )β ′ + βIC = α ′ W ′ + β ′ + α − α ′ (β ′ + 1) + βIC = α ′ W ′ + βIC .

44 P. Secchi and W. D. Sudderth Define the bold selector b by b(x) = M − x + 1 if x > M/2, x if x ≤ M/2, and call the pure stationary strategy b∞ (x) the bold strategy for player I at x. The symmetric strategy b˜ ∞ (x) is the bold strategy for player II at x. 1. For β≤ u(1) − u(1/2) 2u(1) − u(1/2) (6) and every x ∈ S, the bold strategies (b∞ (x), b˜ ∞ (x)) form a Nash equilibrium in the winner-takes-all game. It suffices to show that b∞ (x) is an optimal strategy for I when II plays b˜ ∞ (x). ) So assume ˜ that player II plays the action b(x) at each x.

The functional equation u = inf sup{(1 − ϑ)(ϑπρk + w) + ϑπρpu} π ∈E ρ∈F = LTw u = (1 − ϑ)ϑLT u 1−ϑ + (1 − ϑ)w (21) has for every w ∈ K in K a unique solution u∗ =: Sw. Proof. Let w ∈ K. 1 LTw K ⊆ K. Because πρTw is contracting on V, it holds for u, v ∈ K πρTw u ≤ πρTw v + λ u − v V V. Since L is isotonic, it follows LTw u ≤ LTw v + λ u − v V V. Because u and v can be interchanged, we get that LTw is also contracting. By Banach’s Fixed Point Theorem it follows the statement. 1. 2. For every w ∈ K and ε > 0 there are πε ∈ E, ρε ∈ F with Sπε ,ρ w − εV ≤ Sw ≤ Sπ,ρε w + εV (22) for all π ∈ E, ρ ∈ F.

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