You play for one of two hockey teams: the Penguins or the Thrashers. Players on your team can choose to wear helmets or not wear helmets. Not wearing a helmet increases the odds of winning by reducing overheating, making it slightly easier to see and hear, and by intimidating opposing players (wearing a helmet makes one look weak and scared, which are not desirable characteristics for hockey players). However, not wearing a helmet increases the odds of getting hurt. Players on both teams value the higher odds of winning more than they value the extra safety. The players cannot calculate specific payoffs for each possible outcome, but they do know the ranking of the outcomes: 1 is the most desirable, 2 is the second-best, 3 is the third-best, and 4 is the least desirable outcome.

The game you will play is the same as the one shown below:

Because everyone on your team has the same preferences, you will make the decision for your team players.

You will make your decision by clicking on your action choice on the game table. If you are "Penguins" then your payoffs are the first number in each cell, and if you are "Thrashers" then your payoffs are the second number in each cell.