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When you play Tic Tac Toe, most people think that if they are playing someone

that knows how to play, the result is usually CAT or a stalemate.

There are some Tic Tac Toe's that are harder to play.

Here are a few from the previous website.


Ascending Octave

#2remi
sido#1
lasolfa


Descending Octave

solfa#1
ladomi
si#2re


Evolving Colors

#2OrangeYellow
VioletRed#1
IndigoBlueGreen


Involving Colors

GreenYellow#1
BlueVioletOrange
Indigo#2Red


Ray of Creation

SunSolar System#1
All StarsAbsoluteEarth
All Worlds#2Moon


Atoms of Materiality

1224#1
6148
3#296


Matter

#2liquidgas
sexsolid#1
emotionthoughtmagnetism


Matter Hydrogens

#2H384H192
H12H768#1
H24H48H96


Days of the Week

#2MondayTuesday
SaturdaySunday#1
FridayThursdayWednesday


Enneagram

#21/72/7
6/77/7#1
5/74/73/7


A Riddle

#2CareCake
CafeCave#1
CaneCapeCage

Usually, tic tac toe is played in a 3 by 3 grid. Four lines make up the usual playing field. Placing an X or an O in one of the cells starts the game. The opponent of the starting player places the opposite character in another cell. The game ends when there are three in a row. If the cells get full before this happens, there is a stalemate.
(So, yes, there are polemates, checkmates, stalemates, flatmates, and other mates besides, but no, I am not homo.:))