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    Ramsey Game

    How would you win a Ramsey game (e.g. one where you have two players and each has one color). There are six points such that no three lie in a line. The players take turns. The first player to draw a triangle in his own color loses.

    Is seems that the first player who plays has the advantage.
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    I am not sure, but if there are no three points on the same line, wouldn't the one who started will lose always, it seems kind of trivial.
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