%I
%S 1,3,13,47,185,723,2821,11127,43825,173147,685181,2713919,10762793,
%T 42715619,169654133,674238983,2680944545,10665068907,42443750893,
%U 168973210575,672913173913,2680539263219,10680581419493,42566341729431,169678604019217,676501889994363
%N Numerator of the probability that Alice wins the following game: Alice and Bob take turn (Alice starts first) to gain 1 or 2 chips randomly and independently with 1/2 chance, and the first player that collects at least n chips is the winner.
%C The formula is proved by _Wing Hong Tony Wong_ and _Jiao Xu_, and then proved by Taoye Zhang and Ju Zhou independently.
%C The probability that Alice wins the game is a(n)/4^(n1).
%F a(n) = (4^n + Sum_(k=1..n) 4^(nk)*(binomial(k, nk)+binomial(k1, nk))^2)/8.
%t Table[(4^n + Sum[4^(n  k)*(Binomial[k, n  k] + Binomial[k  1, n  k])^2, {k, n}])/8, {n, 100}]
%Y A265919 provides the integer sequence of the numerator of the probability that Bob wins the game. The corresponding terms of these two sequences add up to 4^n.
%K nonn
%O 1,2
%A _Wing Hong Tony Wong_, _Jiao Xu_, Dec 18 2015
