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*Hopping Game (noch nicht übersetzt)*

Let $s_k$ be the number of 1’s when writing the numbers from 0 to $k$ in binary.

For example, writing 0 to 5 in binary, we have $0, 1, 10, 11, 100, 101$. There are seven 1’s, so $s_5 = 7$.

The sequence $S = \{s_k : k \ge 0\}$ starts $\{0, 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 12, ...\}$.

A game is played by two players. Before the game starts, a number $n$ is chosen. A counter $c$ starts at 0. At each turn, the player chooses a number from 1 to $n$ (inclusive) and increases $c$ by that number. The resulting value of $c$ must be a member of $S$. If there are no more valid moves, then the player loses.

For example, with $n = 5$ and starting with $c = 0$:

Player 1 chooses 4, so $c$ becomes $0 + 4 = 4$.

Player 2 chooses 5, so $c$ becomes $4 + 5 = 9$.

Player 1 chooses 3, so $c$ becomes $9 + 3 = 12$.

etc.

Note that $c$ must always belong to $S$, and each player can increase $c$ by at most $n$.

Let $M(n)$ be the highest number that the first player could choose at the start to force a win, and $M(n) = 0$ if there is no such move. For example, $M(2) = 2$, $M(7) = 1$, and $M(20) = 4$.

It can be verified that $\sum{M(n)^3} = 8150$ for $1 \le n \le 20$.

Find $\sum{M(n)^3}$ for $1 \le n \le 1000$.