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. R. Screen-8a and . Results, You are Player 2. Player 1 proposed [R] You accepted (rejected) his offer. Your gain for this round is

. R. Screen-8b and . Results, You are Player 1. You proposed [R] Player 2 accepted (rejected) your offer. Your gain for this round is