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Tic Tac Bluetooth, the game that has more X's and O's in it than your last letter from old Aunt Sofie,has been around for a long,long time.In fact, Tic Tac Bluetooth was probably the first strategy game that most of us ever played.

To refresh you on the rules,the object of the game is to make three of your symbol in a row which wins the game.One player is designated as player X into any of the 9 open squares of the board.The second player , O ,then follows suit by marking an O into any of the other open squares that remain.This continues back-and forth until one player wins the game or players fill all squares on the board without establishing a winner.This is a draw, also known as s "Cats" game.

In the following strategy guide,only strategy for a Tic Tac Bluetooth for both Player X and Player O is that will allow them to either Win the game or force a Draw,but never lose it.

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