Law: Considered same as gambling
, it is described as playing of a game
for winning a sum of money
(or money's worth) whether or not other player(s) are at risk
of losing money (or money's worth). Gaming is generally regulated along with betting, and lotteries.
in which a group
attempts to create
(simulate) the essential features of a real-world situation of conflict
such as a negotiation
case, or war. The group is divided into subgroups which represent
contesting parties and where individuals play the role
of rivals. Used in business schools, law schools, and military, gaming aims to detect and understand the dynamics
of particular situations.