Many parents have dealt with the issue of how to divide up Halloween candy among siblings. It’s not easy. If all houses gave out the same candy, it wouldn’t be a problem. But houses give out different candy, or they allow you to choose, and those in the front of the pack had different choices as those in the back. Whatever the case, candy is not all the same. As a result, candy is distributed unevenly forcing parents that are concerned with equality to employ some game theory.