Spiked Math: Should I cite this paper?

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First a "comic":

And now a puzzle - Can anyone beat hardcore? And HOW!!!

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I've managed to tie it up for a while, if you go to a point previously drawn on you can get multiple moves,and you can make impassable regions when there are lines through both diagonals and around the edges of each grid. You can make a wall so to speak,

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