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2020 - Position 65

Updated: Apr 13


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Match Play. 0-0 to 7. How should Red play 11?


There are a number of plays here that are very close in equity terms.

Technically best (according to XG) is 24/23(2), 9/8(2). 24/23, 9/7, 8/7, making the solid four-point prime is very close as is (4/2)*.

These three plays are so close to each other that picking one of them is partly a matter of style and partly a case of evaluating your opponent. Which play would he not want you to make?

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