You will be presented with a series of in-game situations followed up by a question. You will be asked to pick ONE answer in every question. You have ~1. 5 minutes on average for every question. That test does not evaluate overall skill efficiently, it is a test designed to raise awareness of specific problems you may encounter in-game and let you think in terms of game-theory without knowing the first thing about it. All the answers are based upon game theory and approximating probabilities of specific scenarios, in some cases what is the best answer will be a bit subjective, but I strongly believe there is one best answer for every question. Some questions require some basic knowledge about in-game mechanics, so read up on wiki about it if you feel you need to know more about it
True
False
True
False
True
False
True
False
True
False
True
False
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6
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5
Brasil with 5, Venezuela with 3, South Pole with 3
Argentina with 4, Venezuela with 4, South Pole with 3
Brasil with 4, Argentina with 4 South Pole with 3
Brasil with 4, Argentina with 4
Argentina with 4, Venezuela with 4
Brasil with 4, Argentina with 4, South Pole with 3
Both B anf F are correct
Both D and E are correct
You cannot objectively decide
Bolivia with 5, Colombia with 6
Bolivia with 5, Colombia with 3, Mexico with 3
Brasil with 5, Colombia with 6
Brasil with 5, Colombia with 3, Mexico with 3
Brasil with 3, Bolivia with 2, Colombia with 6
Brasil with 5, Colombia with 4
Bolivia with 5, Colombia with 4
Both B and D are correct
Both A and G are correct
Both F and G are correct.
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Scott and Siple with 4, Novo with 3
Scott and Novo with 4, Siple with 3
Siple and Novo with 4, Scott with 3
Siple with 5, Scott and Novo with 3
Both C and D are correct.
1st order Siple
1st order Scott
1st order Novo
Move order is completely irrelevant