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Is there a valid set of moves in Othello that allows a win score of 64-0 for either player?

And is there record of any such game in the past?

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The latter part would fit better on "Board & Card Games" stack exchange. It clearly isn't a puzzle. – kaine Jan 7 at 14:56
    
Also note, by (some) conventions, "64-0," merely denotes a game which ended with a player having no pieces left on the board. – Will Jan 7 at 16:03
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Yes, I found this video on YouTube that has this "perfect game". Terrible music by the way

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prWG1OFgVqg

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The way he plays suggests that the IA always follows the same pattern: he can "predict" the next move of the opponent. – Clément Jan 7 at 19:31

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