# FAQ: Minimax - Tic-Tac-Toe

This community-built FAQ covers the “Tic-Tac-Toe” exercise from the lesson “Minimax”.

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Tic-Tac-Toe is a zero-sum game, which means that if both players are playing their best, the game will end in a Tie. However, if you learn how to play tic-tac-toe and master some simple strategies, then you’ll be able to not only play, but to win the majority of the time so try this out.

It is saying that X has not won, when it has

Here is my code:

``````from tic_tac_toe import *

my_board = [
["1", "2", "X"],
["4", "5", "6"],
["7", "8", "9"]
]

print_board(my_board)
select_space(my_board, 5, "O")
print_board(my_board)
select_space(my_board, available_moves(my_board)[0], "X")
select_space(my_board, available_moves(my_board)[0], "O")
select_space(my_board, 6, "x")
select_space(my_board, 4, "O")
select_space(my_board, 9, "X")
print(has_won(my_board, "X"))
print(has_won(my_board, "O"))
print_board(my_board)
``````

I see I put a lowercase x by mistake