• Chris Bray

2020 - Position 4

Updated: Jan 10


Money Play. How should Red play 66?

Sixes don’t grow on trees as they say. Therefore, one of the sixes must be played 24/18. After that the other three play themselves, 13/7(2), 8/2.

13/7(4) is a blunder, while 13/1(2), keeping the mid-point and some connectivity is merely an error.

Red is by no means a favourite in this position, but he must take his best chance and that is 24/18, 13/7(2), 8/2.


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