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Everyone knows the age-old game of 'Noughts and Crosses', so there is no need to describe it here.

Try instead an enlarged version. This makes use of not just nine 'boxes', but twenty-five. They are drawn with lines, four down and four across, and the game proceeds in the usual way, with the two players taking it in turn to draw in a Nought or a Cross.

It's hardly likely that anyone will succeed in making a complete line of five Noughts or Crosses. So the aim is to get as many rows of three as possible.

These can be either directly up or across, or diagonal, but no Nought or Cross may be counted twice.

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