Reversi or Othello is a two-player game played on a monochrome 8x8 square board. The pieces of opponents in the game are black and white. In the beginning, four white and black pieces are placed on the four squares in the middle of the game board, respectively. Although the rules of the game are quite simple, it requires a lot of effort while playing. The most important move to win in the game is to place your stones in the corners. The more corners you have, the higher your chances of winning. However, this does not necessarily mean that the four corners win the game. A skilled player can win the game without taking corners. In order to place a stone in the corner, it is necessary to make the preparatory moves carefully from the first move. Although the preparatory moves are made with different techniques for each player, generally starting to place stones without overflowing the 16 squares in the middle. After placing stones in these squares, the most important thing to do in order not to give the corners to the opponent is not to put as many stones as possible in the neighboring squares of the corner squares. The game is continued by placing stones outside the neighboring squares of the corner squares. It is a game that develops intelligence. In the various tournaments of this game, the fewer gems wins the game. In general, whoever gets more stones wins the game. The aim of the game is to finish the opponent's pieces. The game starts by choosing the stone color and the one with the most stones wins.