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AbstractI discuss current theoretical expectations of how primordial, Pop III.1 stars form. Lack of direct observational constraints makes this a challenging task. In particular predicting the mass of these stars requires solving a series of problems, which all affect, perhaps drastically, the final outcome. While there is general agreement on the initial conditions, H2-cooled gas at the center of dark matter minihalos, the subsequent evolution is more uncertain. In particular, I describe thedoi:10.1017/s174392130802454x fatcat:yab3xqxxzzfrdbetldorucuyym