Néstor Romeral Andrés
My father played today for the first time, and he found immediately that if put 4 tiles near each other, loser tiles, and THEN put the winning one with those four, you win in under 6-10 moves.
How can you fight it back? Isn't it too strong strategy?
For beginners, a group of white tiles at the start is quite powerful (if that's what you mean), but black has tools enough to defend. White and Black strategies are totally different. If Black manages to surround the threatening group, then things get very complicated for White. So then White decides not to open so packed on the next games, and so on...
Games with advanced players usually last more than 15 turns per player.
Could you post a pic anyway to see if I can help a bit more?