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4 in a row/Connect 4

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Okay I know that the 7x6 grid for connect 4 is solved and the first player can win if they play D1 first (and then both players play the perfect moves).  But what about an 8x8 grid.  Anyone know if there is a solution to this.

Alternatively is there a really good program that can play using an 8x8 grid.

Thanks

Adrian
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http://pomakis.com/~pomakis/c4/online/c4.cgi
allows playing using an 8x8 grid at beginner, intermediate or advanced levels.
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