Certainly! Here’s a simple implementation of Tic-Tac-Toe in Python. This implementation allows two players to take turns playing the game.

``````def print_board(board):
for row in board:
print(" | ".join(row))
print("-" * 9)

def check_winner(board, player):
for row in board:
if all(cell == player for cell in row):
return True

for col in range(3):
if all(board[row][col] == player for row in range(3)):
return True

if all(board[i][i] == player for i in range(3)) or all(board[i][2 - i] == player for i in range(3)):
return True

return False

def is_full(board):
return all(cell != " " for row in board for cell in row)

def main():
board = [[" " for _ in range(3)] for _ in range(3)]
current_player = "X"

while True:
print_board(board)
row = int(input(f"Player {current_player}, enter row (0, 1, or 2): "))
col = int(input(f"Player {current_player}, enter column (0, 1, or 2): "))

if board[row][col] == " ":
board[row][col] = current_player
else:
print("That cell is already occupied. Try again.")
continue

if check_winner(board, current_player):
print_board(board)
print(f"Player {current_player} wins!")
break
elif is_full(board):
print_board(board)
print("It's a draw!")
break

current_player = "O" if current_player == "X" else "X"

if __name__ == "__main__":
main()``````

Copy and paste this code into a Python environment, and you can play Tic-Tac-Toe in the console. Players will take turns entering row and column numbers to place their marks (‘X’ or ‘O’) on the board until there is a winner or a draw.