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The address of the primary author is

Ryohei Miyadera, Ph.D.

Kwansei Gakuin High School, 1-1-155, Uegahara, Nishinomiya City, 662-8501, Japan


A.C.Robin, A poisoned chocolate problem, Problem corner, The Mathematical Gazette Vol. 73, No. 466 (Dec., 1989), pp. 341-343. An Answer for the above problem is in Vol. 74, No. 468, June 1990, pp. 171-173.
M. H. Albert, R. J. Nowakowski and D. Wolfe, Lessons In Play, A K Peters, p-139.
R. Miyadera and M. Naito, Combinatorial Games and Beautiful Graph produced by them, ”Visual Mathematics, Volume 11, No. 3, 2009. http://www.mi.sanu.ac.rs/vismath/pap.htm
M.Naito, T.Inoue, R.Miyadera, Discrete Mathematics and Computer Algebra System, The Joint Conference of ASCM 2009 and MACIS 2009, COE Lecture Note Vol.22,Kyushu University. A PDF file of the article is available at http://gcoe-mi.jp/english/publish_list/pub_inner/id:2/cid:10
R.Miyadera, T.Inoue, W.Ogasa and S.Nakamura, Chocolate Games that are variants of the Game of Nim, Journal of Information Processing, Information Processing Society of Japan, 53(6) pp. 1582-1591 (in Japanese).
R. Miyadera, S. Nakamura and R. Hanafusa, New Chocolate Games -Variants of the Game of Nim-, Proceeding of Annual International Conference on Computational Mathematics, Computational Geometry Statistics,pp.122-pp.128, 2012.
M. Naito, D. Minematsu, R. Miyadera and etc., Combinatorial Games and Beautiful Graphs Produced by them, Visual Mathematics, Volume 11, No. 3, 2009
S. Nakamura, D. Minematsu, T. Kitagawa, R. Miyadera and etc.,Chocolate games that are variants of nim and interesting graphs made by these games, Visual Mathematics, Volume 14, No. 2, 2012