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glassheart

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2 ppl r playing a game of tic-tac-toe, they both had the equal number of win and no ties! how is that possible?

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They had the same amount of losses?

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Quote by AthrunThey had the same amount of losses?

Obviously Same Wins and same loses.

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Hm... someone's missing the point. It's possible, but only if you rig the rules of the game like so - Ties aren't actually ties. The person with more X's or O's on the board is the automatic winner. It is possible to keep making draws infinitely as long as both players know how to play tic-tac-toe very well. If they both take turns going first back-and-forth and drawing games continuously, both will have the same amount of wins and no ties, given that they play an even number of games.

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No one wins, noone loses. All "cats" games.

  • Jan 30, 2005

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Quote by CelessaHm... someone's missing the point. It's possible, but only if you rig the rules of the game like so - Ties aren't actually ties. The person with more X's or O's on the board is the automatic winner. It is possible to keep making draws infinitely as long as both players know how to play tic-tac-toe very well. If they both take turns going first back-and-forth and drawing games continuously, both will have the same amount of wins and no ties, given that they play an even number of games.

Heheheh, must agree with Celessa here...^.^

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  • Jan 30, 2005
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?_? me is very confused ?_?
how many games did they play?

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Quote by AnimexXxHolic009?_? me is very confused ?_?how many games did they play?

i agree
how many games did they actually play
well it is possible but it would B a tie

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they're still playing their first game?

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  • Jan 30, 2005

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Quote by fuzzmegabassthey're still playing their first game?


wow nice thinking on this one...... you've got the point i think :)

  • Jan 30, 2005

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Quote by CelessaHm... someone's missing the point. It's possible, but only if you rig the rules of the game like so - Ties aren't actually ties. The person with more X's or O's on the board is the automatic winner. It is possible to keep making draws infinitely as long as both players know how to play tic-tac-toe very well. If they both take turns going first back-and-forth and drawing games continuously, both will have the same amount of wins and no ties, given that they play an even number of games.

Xd i'm confused by the question, but i think cellesa's point is the closest to the answer eh XD

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Quote by fuzzmegabassthey're still playing their first game?

I thought that too, although the question isn't formulated perfectly, that question makes many answers possible.

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Possibly they're not playing against one another?

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