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2024 - Position 110

Updated: Jul 9



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Match Play. 0-0 to 7. How should Red play 21?

 

With his racing deficit and having a three-point home board versus White’s five point board there is no way that Red can play safe with 10/8, 2/1. It would be very difficult to win after that play. In fact it is a triple blunder.

 

The best play is keep all of Red’s points and play 10/7. All other plays are at least double blunders. If White hits the blot then he will either be too good to redouble (if Red stays out) or it will be redouble/pass if Red enters. On most of the other twenty-five rolls White will not yet have a redouble.


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