Games are everywhere in peoples’ life, we make decisions all the time. To achieve the satisfying results, the study demonstrates the importance of using mixed strategies. Hence the study design of one shot game for 150 college students participating in the classroom, the purpose of this study was to examine the effects of gender, colleges, whether to attend in economics, mathematics education, personality trait on decision-making behavior in three different situations of game, while the use of mathematical derivation, according to the game theory of this study participants what strategies should be taken to get the best return, and finally differences compared with the experimental results to verify the similarities and differences between theory and experiment.
The results showed that participants in three different situations had different decision-making behavior which was not significant, and the average working probability were nearly 1/2 in each stage. Furthermore, this is not consistent with the theoretical results based on the reference of Mixed Strategies Game. Therefore, the research assumed that the participants tend to use random type inference choices.
School, Gender and Economics Studying in all participants do not affect their choice of strategy, but Statistics studying and Work experience of management in all participants has impact on the strategy of decision-making . Furthermore, compare the results of the experiment and theoretical results, it showed that participants who don''t study Statistics have chosen better choice than who study Statistics before. Another thing is that participants who don''t have management experience have chosen better choice than who have.
To analyze the interaction of participants’ background, it was found that participants in the interaction of Gender and School have significant differences on strategic behavior. Statistics studying and Work experience of management also have significant differences.