A move consists in removing an end coin, whereby the coin's immediate (and the only) neighbor becomes naturally an end coin available for the removal on one of the successive moves.
The players take turns, 1st defined randomly.
When all the coins have been removed, the game ends, and the players count their bounties. The player with the larger amount wins.
Devise a winning strategy for one of the players.
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