Two players Alice and Bob are playing the substring game.
In this game, there exists a string A initially, consisting only of lower-case English characters.
When a player has to make a move, he/she chooses such a substring of A that is not a palindrome, and removes it entirely such that the characters before and after the substring get concatenated and they appear in the same order.
For example, if the string A is "dabcbad" at some stage of the game, the player whose turn it is, can remove the substring "abc" as it is not a palindrome. The string thus becomes "dbad".
The string A thus changes after each move.
The player who is unable to make a move, loses. This happens when there exists no substring in A that is not a palindrome.
Alice starts the game and both player take alternate turns. Find the winner of the game if they both play optimally.
1 <= |A| <= 105
The first and only argument of the function is the string A.
Your function should return a string denoting the winner of the game. It should return "Alice" if Alice wins, otherwise it should return "Bob".
Alice can remove the substring "ab". Now, Bob is left with the string "d" which is a palindrome, thus he loses because he cannot make a move now.
Alice cannot make any move in the beginning of the game, hence she loses.
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