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A traditional assumption in game theory is that players are opaque to one another-if a player changes strategies, then this change in strategies does not affect the choice of other players' strategies. In many situations this is an unrealistic assumption. We develop a framework for reasoning about games where the players may be translucent to one another; in particular, a player may believe that if she were to change strategies, then the other player would also change strategies. Translucentdoi:10.1007/s00182-018-0626-x fatcat:25h7stqvmbf2tgyhub3b7otibi