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Description I created this image to depict an arbitrary game tree being solved, for the purposes of illustrating this process. The image should be self explanatory. I hereby release this image to the public domain.
Date 2005-05-30 (original upload date)
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Author Original uploader was Fieari at en.wikipedia
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