Moves and Countermoves
As we explained in part five, Game Theory was a crucial element in the Q operation. The mathematical field of Game Theory has many games that can be used to model just about any situation. Situations in the arenas of economics, war, and geopolitics can be modelled and gamed out.
Game theory was mentioned by Q seven times in the posts. So too were the terms, “how about a nice game of chess”, “trust the plan”, and “future proves past”.
From this, we may deduce a few things about the game that Q has been playing against the deep state:
- The game is sequential (the reference to chess, a classic sequential strategy game)
- The game has a mechanism to input probability and statistical analysis (trust the plan)
While researching this part of the series, we happened upon a revelation. We discovered a game that, to our knowledge, is unknown to the field of Game Theory – and we believe it’s the one that the Q team has been using.
The basic game model:
Remember how we said that Game Theory references a library of existing games that can be used to model a given situation? That’s what the Q team did. They took one of these games off the shelf, and then modified it twice.
“In game theory, the centipede game, first introduced by Robert Rosenthal in 1981, is an extensive form game in which two players take turns choosing either to take a slightly larger share of an increasing pot, or to pass the pot to the other player. The payoffs are arranged so that if one passes the pot to one’s opponent and the opponent takes the pot on the next round, one receives slightly less than if one had taken the pot on this round, but after an additional switch the potential payoff will be higher. Therefore, although at each round a player has an incentive to take the pot, it would be better for them to wait. Although the traditional centipede game had a limit of 100 rounds (hence the name), any game with this structure but a different number of rounds is called a centipede game.
The unique subgame perfect equilibrium (and every Nash equilibrium) of these games results in the first player taking the pot on the first round of the game; however, in empirical tests, relatively few players do so, and as a result, achieve a higher payoff than in the subgame perfect and Nash equilibria. These results are taken to show that subgame perfect equilibria and Nash equilibria fail to predict human play in some circumstances. The Centipede game is commonly used in introductory game theory courses and texts to highlight the concept of backward induction and the iterated elimination of dominated strategies, which show a standard way of providing a solution to the game.”
We can see the centipede diagram here:
Now, we will take the basic game of centipede and modify it based on available data. We know that there have been deals offered (see Q posts #15, #1746 – refer to US Congress, US Gov, CEO resignations) to minor enemy players in the Deep State by the Q team. The worst of the enemy players have not been offered deals and are forced to play on (see post #278, #372). How do we model this situation?
We modify the centipede game.
- There are not necessarily 100 turns in this game
- Some players on enemy team have the option to quit
- Stakes get higher every turn – risk increases for enemy and payoff gets higher for Trump team
- A sub game can be played at each turn – stag hunt, prisoner’s dilemma, game trees, etc.
Polar coordinate system:
We will stop here and explain the background for the second modification. Most people remember from math class the Cartesian coordinate system. In this system, there are two axes, the X axis and the Y axis. To define a point in 2-D space, you call out a value on each axis.
Polar coordinates are different. To define a location in 2-D space you need three things:
- A pole (center)
- A radius, R
- An angle from a reference line, θ
In the posts, Q linked the word “clock” to game theory language. Specifically, “Ready to play?” and “Future proves past”.
This got us thinking that there was a circular aspect to the game that was being played. It then dawned on us that if the game of centipede was wrapped around a circle, multiple versions of the same game could be played all at once.
We are going to merge centipede onto a polar coordinate system. When we do, we get a game diagram that looks like this:
We have assigned an arbitrary layout of three rings to this game. More complex games can have more rings. Each ring represents the same game of Centipede, but notice that as the radius position of the ring increases, the game has more turns. By setting the game up this way, the radius (R) controls risk – more risk = fewer turns. The angle (θ) controls game time, from 0 – 360 degrees (an arbitrary start and end, and it’s no accident it spins clockwise – just like a clock). This game allows the player to adjust the risk tolerance with each turn. There’s one more aspect to this – one player is controlling the risk level. Why does one player have such an advantage over the other? Simple – the Deep State was playing against the President of the United States.
This model allows unparalleled control over the game. Utilizing this game model allows the player to shift risk levels at will. Why would the player want to do this?
This feature in the game model allows statistical analysis to be used to win the game with the least number of moves. Once the German Enigma cypher was broken by Alan Turing and his team at Bletchley Park, the intelligence information had to be carefully managed. They couldn’t order the military to act on every piece of intelligence, otherwise the German military would realize Enigma was compromised. Therefore, statistical analysis was used to decide which piece of information would be passed to allied forces, and which would not. The pieces of information passed to the allies would be the minimum number to win the war in the fewest amount of moves – without tipping off the Germans that their unbreakable cypher was in fact, broken.
You see the same thing that happened during WW2 with Enigma played out today in the war against the Deep State.
The game model we showed you is a simple one to get the concept across. The real one that Q is using is more complex. In addition to multiple rings on one game model, other games can be stacked one on top of another like sheets of paper. This would allow the player to play the same game with variable risk levels and shift game time speed whenever the statistical analysis ordered an adjustment. It’s like looking at a transmission – with multiple gears lined up with one another but spinning at different rates – variable game time (θ) would be possible with this arrangement of our game model.
Once the full control options of this game model are enabled, with statistical analysis controlling the risk level of the game (R), this game can no longer be played in analog form on a sheet of paper or a chalkboard. No – this game would need to be played digitally, it was almost certainly played on a super computer.
While there will always be a large portion of the population willing to jump on the chance to mock Q and write it off as a farce, anons know better. Much like its secret military counterparts that have spent the last 20 years hunting down and then killing or capturing terrorists that threaten our great nation throughout the world, wherever they may hide, Q’s importance and its role in this mission might never be publicly acknowledged. And that is okay, the mass awakening we are all a part of is proof of mission success.
Thanks to Q, we have found our enemies, they are no longer lurking in the shadows. We know that using our right as Americans to vote this corrupt establishment out of office is the only way forward. The words spoken by our 45th President during his historic inaugural address have permeated through every corner of America ever since that day. President Donald Trump declared that he would transfer power from Washington, D.C. and give it back to us, the American People.
We are in the middle of an information war that the Deep State is losing. Now is the time to come together, under one nation, and demonstrate the power that Q reminded us was there all along. We the People now have the resources and knowledge needed to arm ourselves in this war as we prepare to use the most effective weapon in our arsenal to topple the already unstable President-King monarchy.
That weapon is our votes.
TOGETHER WE ARE STRONG.
TOGETHER WE WIN.
-17th Special Operation Group