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This games clearly does not work.

This video teaches so much, like how blks always take from wyt pipo

Karl Marx: Hmm what a nice distribution

John Maynard Keynes: I can do better 🙂

Así funcionan los grados de libertad en termodinámica…

Taunted by the thumbnail to watch another episode of gingerphile…

That 30 seconds of confusion seemed like an eternity.

I love it

I'd call this the Dennis Moore game.

Interesting!!!

So sum of money < 0, definitely not winnable and sum of money >= genus definitely winnable. Would be interesting to see how the difficulty scales in that middle range.

The communism game

In the 3 vertices, 3 edges (triangle) the genus is 1. There's a trivial solution where all vertices are 0. You have already won. This will also be the case for all genus > 0 where all vertices contain 0 or > 0 dollars.

This channel is doing an amazing public service! I love it!

Forget the game, behold the beauty.

Dutch people using Tikkie after a night out

However I understand economics and I just fill up the vertices with dollars from the central bank, which has an infinite supply.

Who is the fool who speaks in the background???…How heavy!!!!

In that "bad game" example im gonna donate from zero, zero is now -2, 1 is now 2 and -1 is now 0. Now Im gonna donate money from 2 which is 1 before two times in a row and now -2 is 0, 0 is now 1 and 2 is now 0. I've won the game.

This game really says a lot about our society

>there has to be enough money on the board to get everyone out of debt

obviously a maths game and not an economics game

This reminds me of using the Critical Path Method to solving a flow issue between various processes in manufacturing, etc. Usually the CPM is used in relationship to time.

wait you never explained the theory of how many turns it takes to win…

Will you marry me?

Another proof that mathematics isn't dull

(Can be fun!). Thanks Holly.

Fever dream warning @2:30

I think i am in love .

That's a very interesting introduction to some graph theory characterization!

Hello sir

How to make dollar

Sounds like communist propaganda but ok

Can you make a winnable game not winnable with bad moves? I think the answer is yes, but I doubt that's provable mathematically.

in the first game, couldn’t you just make the guy with 2 give money to the two guys in debt and be done in two turns

No one can convince me that that is not Amy Adams long-lost mathematician sister

@8:43

You have:

165 –

87 .

That is a Genus = 79

The Total $ is 105

105 > 79

Yes you can Win this Game