To use this strategy, you have to label the Cellblock board with numbers 1 10 across the top and letters A J down the side. You can also make the numbers on the side and the letters on the top for four other variations of this strategy which are actually just mirror versions of the other four.
This strategy deals with forcing the computer to move in a predicted way and ending up with two lines of your pieces (meaning your have three or four pieces in a row) on the board so that there would be no move that the computer could make to block you from winning. To read the chart, start with the blue square on the far left and put your first piece on D7. All of your moves are colored and the computers moves are white. If the computer puts a piece his piece on D4, you should follow the arrow up and make your next move: D6. If the computer puts his piece on G7, your next move will be E7. Keep reading the chart from the left to the right.