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2020 - Position 135

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Money Play. How should Red play 21?


All the moves that split the rear checkers are wrong by a long way. White’s ten checkers in the zone are just waiting to attack any loose blots.

Red should concentrate on his offensive position and leave the rear checkers alone. The choice is between 13/11, 6/5 and 7/5, 6/5. The two plays are very close with 13/11, 6/5 just winning because of the duplication of fours. However, either play is perfectly acceptable.

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