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An Unbeatable Game From the 1960s That Uses Physical Computing to Win

In “The Unbeatable Game from the 60s: Dr. Nim,” Standup Maths host Matt Parker demonstrates Dr. Nim, a seemingly simple plastic game that uses physical computing to always win. The game is based on the simple math strategy game Nim where players take turns picking one, two, or three markers per turn with the goal of taking the last marker.

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This post was written by Glen Tickle and published May 18, 2016 on Laughing Squid.

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