this is the best split or steal i have seen. THE RADIOLAB INTERVIEW WITH THE CONTESTANTS IS NOW. Published on Mar 3, S06E01 of the UK Game Show Golden Balls. Original air date: November 2nd. what do you think about the outcome of this split or steal. would you have done the same?. If your submission does not appear in the 24options queue, please contact us be sure to include a link to the Reddit post i. Report any messages you receive of suspicious offers to the moderator team. When reporting, please explain why you think it should be removed. But according to game theory you should steal every time. As an honest and fair person I could never burn someone like that and I couldn't trust I wouldn't get burned. Retrieved 21 February Golden Balls has attracted attention from social scientists as a natural experiment on cooperation. Two of each players balls are revealed every round, they can then lie about the other amounts on their balls or tell the truth. Okay but then by saying "i'll always steal" you're saying "I'll always be the one doing the burning and most of the time i'll still get nothing" where as if you always pick split you'll get half the money just as often and when you don't get any money at least you'll know that someone did and that, that person probably could really use it. Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: The "Split or Steal? Her opponent was too transparent with his intentions and she took advantage of that. Other versions include an electronic board game in and a card game in So I think statistically it only makes sense to steal. At the back of the studio is the "Golden Bank," a giant contraption like a lottery machine. It was a winning strategy in regards to money. I'd always play "Steal" and then split after I win. It's a show that I've found some people love, and some people really don't like; there doesn't seem to be a lot of in-between for my group of friends. And Nick knows the whole time that he will split anyway, so that Ibrahim doesn't have to rely on Nick to keep his word.