In the game of Nim, several piles of sticks are placed on a table. Two players take turns removing sticks from the piles. On each turn, a player must remove at least one stick, and may remove any number of sticks provided they all come from the same piles. The first player without a stick to remove loses. We will consider 3-player Nim. Three players, A, B, and C, rotate turns in playing Nim. The first player without a move loses. The goal for each player is, naturally, to avoid losing and each would prefer to make the last move, if possible. Develop a theory of 3-person Nim and generalize your results.