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The Last Diminisher Method
Round 1 5 Players, Fair share = 20% Example 3.8The Castaways
Summary: Round 1 P1 – cut P2 – pass P3 – diminish P4 – diminish P5 – pass P4 (the last diminisher) receives fair share
Summary: Round 2 P1 – cut P2 – pass P3 – pass P5 – diminish P5 (the last diminisher) receives fair share
Summary: Round 3 P1 – cut P2 – diminish P3 – pass P3 (the last diminisher) receives fair share
Round 4 -> Last round use divider/chooser!
The Final Division of the Island The Castaways
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