# Sh:902

- Larson, P. B., & Shelah, S. (2008).
*The stationary set splitting game*. MLQ Math. Log. Q.,**54**(2), 187–193. arXiv: 1003.2425 DOI: 10.1002/malq.200610054 MR: 2402627 -
Abstract:

The*stationary set splitting game*is a game of perfect information of length \omega_{1} between two players, unsplit and split, in which unsplit chooses stationarily many countable ordinals and split tries to continuously divide them into two stationary pieces. We show that it is possible in ZFC to force a winning strategy for either player, or for neither. This gives a new counterexample to \Sigma^{2}_{2} maximality with a predicate for the nonstationary ideal on \omega_{1}, and an example of a consistently undetermined game of length \omega_{1} with payoff definable in the second-order monadic logic of order. We also show that the determinacy of the game is consistent with Martin’s Axiom but not Martin’s Maximum. - Version 2007-08-17_11 (11p) published version (7p)

Bib entry

@article{Sh:902, author = {Larson, Paul B. and Shelah, Saharon}, title = {{The stationary set splitting game}}, journal = {MLQ Math. Log. Q.}, fjournal = {MLQ. Mathematical Logic Quarterly}, volume = {54}, number = {2}, year = {2008}, pages = {187--193}, issn = {0942-5616}, mrnumber = {2402627}, mrclass = {03E35 (03E60)}, doi = {10.1002/malq.200610054}, note = {\href{https://arxiv.org/abs/1003.2425}{arXiv: 1003.2425}}, arxiv_number = {1003.2425} }