- Each hexagon is called a piece.
- A wall is a border of the board. There are four walls- left, right, top and bottom.
The entire top border is a wall, i.e. the border shaped /¯\_/¯\_/¯\ is the top wall.
Similarly for the other walls.
The rules are as follows:
- Player A starts from the piece marked A, and Player B starts from the piece marked B.
- In a turn, a player can "claim" any one piece for himself and colour it (blue for A, pink for B).
- A piece once claimed cannot be claimed by the opposing player.
- To win, a player must create a continuous sequence of pieces from his starting hexagon to a non-adjacent wall (thus A must create a continuous sequence to the bottom or right wall, and B to the top or left wall).
If player A starts the game, can B have a winning strategy? Please explain in detail.