• Chris Bray

2020 - Position 66

Updated: Apr 14


Money Play. . How should Red play 62?

Red needs to get his rear checkers going so a play like 13/7, 8/6 is not the right idea.

To an extent Red’s strong home board protects him so it is a choice between running with 22/14 and the proactive 24/18, 8/6.

The latter play both wins and loses more gammons but keeping the rear checkers connected just wins the day and although 22/14 is not an error, 24/18, 8/6 is the right play.


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