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In this paper we address the issue which solution concept for strategic games is consistent to common belief that each player satisfies the sure-thing principle. Traditional epistemic analysis takes for granted that there is common belief that each player acts according to some expected utility function. Because our presumptions are milder than the traditional ones we are forced to modify the traditional epistemic approach and follow the idea of Morris (1996) to fasten the beliefs of thedoi:10.1145/1562814.1562847 dblp:conf/tark/Trost09 fatcat:qqntlwssijfl5dqx7d2vrwelgm