The misere version of a game is the game created by playing the original game to lose. For example, misere
tic-tac-toe is exactly like tic-tac-toe except that the goal is to force your opponent to make a line of three. Games
which could potentially go on for ever, such as chess, are not very interesting to play in the misere version
because the game is unlikely to terminate.

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