"One of the players is sure to have a winning strategy. This is easy to see, because the game must finish in finitely many moves, and can't be drawn."

Is that "easy to see"?

It implies a theorum: "If a game must finish in finitely many moves, and can't be drawn, then there must be a winning strategy for one player."

No doubt it's "easy to see" once explained, but it's far from obvious to ne... it would be nice to have an explanation, or proof....

## It's obvious.... or is it?

"One of the players is sure to have a winning strategy. This is easy to see, because the game must finish in finitely many moves, and can't be drawn."

Is that "easy to see"?

It implies a theorum: "If a game must finish in finitely many moves, and can't be drawn, then there must be a winning strategy for one player."

No doubt it's "easy to see" once explained, but it's far from obvious to ne... it would be nice to have an explanation, or proof....