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The reasons why are clear in this instance; it is in the players' joint interests. What we are saying is that in such a case (and, in particular, in this case), if a mode of behaviour is self-evident, and each player believes it is self-evident to all the players, it is self-evident that it is self-evident, and so on, then each of the players must be choosing a best response to what the others are evidently doing. That is, it must be a Nash equilibrium. This is not to say that every game situation has a self-evident way to play.
Going in the other direction, from a strategic form game to an 29 extensive form game, is not so clear-cut. For any strategic form game we can immediately construct a corresponding extensive form game in which the players simultaneously and independently choose strategies. 7(b); player A chooses one of her two strategies, and player B simultaneously and independently chooses one of his two. Note that our repeated use of the phrase 'simultaneously and independently' connotes the information set of player B; player B chooses without knowing what player A has done.
Hence once we (and, more to the point, once B) decides that x will not be played, then we can predict that u will not be played. The implicit presumptions in this argument are more problematic than before. Now we not only presume that A will (probably) avoid a strategy that gives a worse payoff no matter what B does and that A views the game as in the model, but also that (a) similar assumptions are true about B, and (b) B makes these assumptions about A. It is the second new assumption that deserves scrutiny; we are making an assumption about what one player thinks about others.