4. Tug of war
Required material: chequered board, tiles with footprint pictures
Q1. Is there a strategy that will always result in victory?
Q2. Does the player that goes first have an advantage?
Q3. If the two players are equally attentive does the game always end in a draw, i.e. in the centre?
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