Klay Kruczek

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We consider a tic-tac-toe game played on the d-dimensional integer lattice. The game that we investigate is a Maker–Breaker version of tic-tac-toe. In a Maker– Breaker game, the first player, Maker, only tries to occupy a winning line and the second player, Breaker, only tries to stop Maker from occupying a winning line. We consider the bounded number of(More)
We consider a tic-tac-toe game played on the d-dimensional integer lattice. The game that we investigate is a Maker–Breaker version of tic-tac-toe. In a Maker– Breaker game, the first player, Maker, only tries to occupy a winning line and the second player, Breaker, only tries to stop Maker from occupying a winning line. We consider the bounded number of(More)
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