And the solution:
It says in the question, that Franco can eat half or almost all. And after that, Francisco can choose to give the whole roll to the ducks or eat the rest of it.
I don't get the matrix in the solution.
- If Bob eats all. We're looking at the top row. And therefore Francisco can choose to accept, or feed the ducks. I don't get it where he can (Accept, Accept).. Like, what. Accept first that Bob eats almost all, and then eat the rest of the whole roll?
- Still on the first row, where Bob eats almost all. (Accept, Feed) does that mean that Francisco accept that Bob eats the whole roll, and then feed the ducks? (*)
Beacuse this is a simultaneous move, which means Bob and Fransicso dosen't know what either the other know.
So if we talk about the first rows in the matrix again, does it mean that - If Bob choose to eat almost all, then Fransicso - whitout knowing Bobs move - that he have to think "ooh I don't know if Bob is gonna acceptet, but if he do I can either choose (Bob eats all => I accept, I eat all) - If Bob eats all, => I accept, I will throw the roll to the ducks.
Is it like that I should think? when it comes to this simultaneous move. And the first list (*) is how I should think if it was a sequential move?