# CONNECT FOUR.

This is ideally a math game that never ceases to amaze me,it is actually the first game i was introduced to by Emily Hobbs during the first math camp.This game requires one to connect four tabs of the same color first before your opponent doesÂ  it so as to be crowned a winner and can be played in pairs.It may sound simple and easy for a starter but as the game progresses it becomes tougher and challenging.It requires one to be keen and have strategies so as to win.It is so interesting to play as it gets you thinking hard and watch the move of your opponent because it is not easy to predict the winner.As long as you try making geometrical quadrilaterals using the tabs then you headed to win...you have to try this one out...i bet you will enjoy it!!!!

## 7 thoughts on “CONNECT FOUR.”

1. volloholic says:

I'm glad you're enjoying connect four! I'm keen to see your geometrical quadrilaterals strategy in action I'm not convinced it will lead you to a win against me!

1. cabrine nyona says:

Hello David,
Hope you fairing on well. About connect four, the strategy am talking about was introduced to me by Laeticia after we played the game several times and she won in most rounds. That is when she told me more of her strategy, maybe i will ask her to elaborate more and see if it works again.

2. cabrine nyona says:

Hello David,
I hope you are fairing on well. About connect four, the strategy am talking about was introduced to me by Laeticia when we played several times and she won in most of the rounds. That is when she introduced me to her strategy.

2. Emily says:

I feel like as I introduced you to this game I should know about this strategy...but I don't! Will try it out and get back to you.

I hope you are playing mastermind and whist too.

1. cabrine says:

I got introduced to this strategy by Laeticia after we played several times and she won in most rounds.She then told me about this strategy but its not a guarantee that you will be the winner.

3. Mel says:

Connect Four is similar to a very well known Chinese strategy game called Go. Go boards can be any size, but most commonly they are a 19x19 grid. Two players alternate placing markers on the grid line intersections. There are many different variations of Go, but here is one that I like:

The objective is to get 5 markers of the same color in a row, horizontally, vertically or diagonally, rather than the 4 that you use in Connect Four. Markers can be placed anywhere on the board, so it is not as restrictive (and it is also more challenging) than Connect Four. Try it!

1. cabrine says:

I would really love to try this game out. It seems more interesting than connect four.