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Game tree
also called Complete game tree and has one more synonym

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  1. a directed graph whose nodes are positions in a game and whose edges are moves

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  2. With a complete game tree, it is possible to "solve" the game – that is to say, find a sequence of moves that either the first or second player can follow that will guarantee either a win or tie

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  3. a term from combinatorial game theory

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  4. for a game is the game tree starting at the initial position and containing all possible moves from each position

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  5. The diagram shows the first two levels, or ply, in the game tree for tic-tac-toe

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