We survey determinacy, definability, and complexity issues of Banach-Mazur games on finite and infinite graphs. Infinite games where two players take turns to move a token through a directed graph, thus tracing out an infinite path, have numerous applications in different branches of mathematics and computer science. In the usual format, the possible moves of the players are given by the edges of the graph; in each move a player takes the token from its...
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