Upayoga's first subroutine presents an interesting game theory problem because the payoff matrix is rather strangely shaped, this is true whether or not Upayoga is being played out of Nisei Division.

Neither player should ever bet 2 as this is a strictly worse strategy for both players.

**The corp player should use a**This is the optimal strategy and matter how the runner varies their strategy they cannot get a better result. This strategy maximises the tax/profit of the encounter, assuming that the corp and runner value 's equally.*mixed strategy*, betting 0 with a 25% probability and 1 with a 75% probability.Using the mixed strategy above, the corp will effect a 1.75 swing every time the is fired using Nisei Division or a 0.75 swing using a different ID.

If the runner always bets 0 you can punish them by always betting 1. This strategy will result in a 2 swing inside Nisei Division and a 1 swing using a different ID.

If the corp is Nisei Division and desperate for money they can always bet 0 and treat the first sub as a Pop-up Window encounter.

*Salsette Island*era)