Hi, I think this is the correct forum, but could someone recommend me a book to start with game theory on? I have a solid mathematical foundation, but don't want to be thrown in at the deep end with something along the lines of 'Penrose on Game Theory'.
Perhaps you want to check out "Economic Fables" by Ariel Rubinstein - a new introductory book on Game Theory. It has little maths and covers most of the fundamental concepts. Moreover, this book raised some interesting issues regarding the applicability of game theory (and economics at large) in reality.