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  • Table S1. Sample by outcome, exchange condition, and intensity.
  • Table S2. Inequality of opportunity by exchange condition.
  • Table S3. Logistic regression on winning the Swap Game.
  • Table S4. Proportion of winners by player ID.
  • Table S5. Proportion of respondents that evaluate the results of the game as fair.
  • Table S6. Proportion of respondents that mention luck/talent/rules as the most important factor to explain the results of the game.
  • Table S7. Proportion of respondents that mention positive/negative/indifferent feelings about his/her results in the game.
  • Table S8. Sociodemographic characteristics.
  • Table S9. Sociodemographic characteristics by exchange condition.
  • Fig. S1. Sample instructions for the one-card RE exchange condition.
  • Fig. S2. Individual hand strength across all rounds for winners (blue) and losers (red) by
  • intensity (columns) and direction (rows) of the exchange condition.
  • Fig. S3. Predicted probability of winning the game.
  • Fig. S4. Proportions of normative responses by exchange condition, level of redistribution (0 = random, one-card, and two-card exchange), and outcome as winner (blue) or loser (red).
  • Fig. S5. Proportions of talent responses as the most important factor by exchange condition, level of redistribution (0 = random, one-card, and two-card exchange), and outcome as winner (blue) or loser (red).
  • Fig. S6. Proportions of luck responses as the most important factor by exchange condition, level of redistribution (0 = random, one-card, and two-card exchange), and outcome as winner (blue) or loser (red).
  • Fig. S7. Proportions of rules of the game responses as the most important factor by exchange condition, level of redistribution (0 = random, one-card, and two-card exchange), and outcome as winner (blue) or loser (red).
  • Fig. S8. Decomposition of the one-card and two-card RA exchange conditions.
  • Fig. S9. Proportions of the least important factor by winning status, exchange condition, and intensity of redistribution.
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