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TopNewest"If only one of you decides to hunt then the hunt returns 6 units of food."

Since you spend 6 units of food, the other person spends 2 units of food, and the hunt gives 3 units of food to each of you (the food is split evenly), the net result is that you lose 3 units of food and the other person gets 1 unit of food. So you lose more than if you decided not to hunt (where you lose 2 units of food). (Yes, this is Prisoner's Dilemma.) – Ivan Koswara · 4 years, 2 months ago

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