Alice and Bob continue their games with piles of stones. There are a number of piles arranged in a row, and each pile has a positive integer number of stones
piles[i]. The objective of the game is to end with the most stones.
Alice and Bob take turns, with Alice starting first. Initially,
M = 1.
On each player's turn, that player can take all the stones in the first
X remaining piles, where
1 <= X <= 2M. Then, we set
M = max(M, X).
The game continues until all the stones have been taken.
Assuming Alice and Bob play optimally, return the maximum number of stones Alice can get.
Input: piles = [2,7,9,4,4] Output: 10 Explanation: If Alice takes one pile at the beginning, Bob takes two piles, then Alice takes 2 piles again. Alice can get 2 + 4 + 4 = 10 piles in total. If Alice takes two piles at the beginning, then Bob can take all three piles left. In this case, Alice get 2 + 7 = 9 piles in total. So we return 10 since it's larger.
Input: piles = [1,2,3,4,5,100] Output: 104
1 <= piles.length <= 100
1 <= piles[i] <= 104