Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe game records

The zip files each contain a single (.utf format) file.  This file contains a large number of games.  Each game is saved in format a described the the UTF Format section below.

UTF Format

UTF stands for Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe File

Each game is saved in a format that is very similar to the PGN format used for Chess files.

Here's an example game:

[Site "theaigames.com"]
[Event "Ultimate Tic Tac Toe"]
[Date "2016-08-20"]
[GameId "57b80dee4ee9c6649101ddfa"]
[Player1 "theaigeek_Ultimate v6"]
[Player2 "danunahui_Ultimate v0"]
[Result "0-1"]

b1 f1 i1 h2 d5 c6 h8 d6 c8 i4 g1 a1 a2 a4 a3 a8 b5 d4 c2 g4
b3 d8 a5 b6 e9 f9 g7 c3 i8 i6 i7 g3 b9 e7 f2 g5 c4 i2 h4 d3
b7 e2 e5 e4 e8 f4 h1 d7 c1 h9 f7 b2 b8 h7 h6 f8 i5 h5 b4 g8
c5 d9 0-1
For each move the letter [a-i] donates the column (from 1-9 respectively), and the numbers 1-9 for the row.

Possible values of the "Result" header are:

The value of the "Date" header currently has 3 possible formats: