We consider two-player repeated games, where the players observe their own payoffs with a positive probability. Typically, a player observes neither the other's actions nor her payoff. We show that knowing her own payoff is sufficient to obtain any strictly efficient payoff by sequential equilibrium, when costly communication is available and the players are sufficiently patient.
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