References for: Mathematical games and recreations


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  1. L Bachelier, Le jeu, la chance et le hasard : Reprint of the 1914 original (Sceaux, 1993).
  2. W W Rouse Ball, Mathematical Recreations and Essays (London, 1940).
  3. W W Rouse Ball and H S M Coxeter, Mathematical recreations and essays (New York, 1987).
  4. A Carrer, Elementary study of a most ancient Mesopotamian game (Italian), Atti Accad. Sci. Istit. Bologna Cl. Sci. Fis. Rend. (13) 7 (1) (1979/80), 97-121.
  5. R W Dimand and M A Dimand, The early history of the theory of strategic games from Waldegrave to Borel, in Toward a history of game theory (Durham, NC, 1992), 15-27.
  6. C L Dodgson, Mathematical recreations of Lewis Carroll. Vol. 1 : Symbolic logic and The game of logic (New York, 1958).
  7. C L Dodgson, Mathematical recreations of Lewis Carroll. Vol. 2 : Pillow problems and A tangled tale (New York, 1958).
  8. H E Eiss, Dictionary of mathematical games, puzzles, and amusements (Westport, CT, 1988).
  9. M Kraitchik, Mathematical recreations (New York, N. Y., 1953).
  10. E Lucas, Récréations mathématiques (Paris, 1960).
  11. O Ore, Cardano, the gambling scholar (Princeton, N. J., 1953).
  12. I Schneider, The marketplace and games of chance in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, Mathematics from manuscript to print, 1300-1600 (New York, 1988), 220-235.
  13. V Thébault, Les récréations mathématiques (parmi les nombres curieux) : Avec des notes de A. Buquet (Paris, 1952).

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