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OLM 20140320A The Prime Factors — Decision

Posted By: Taper_Mike
Date: Friday, 21 March 2014, at 12:42 p.m.

In Response To: OLM 20140320A The Prime Factors -- Consultation (Jason Lee)

### The Dilly Builders vs. The Prime Factors

Click any move to see the position.

Game 1   9-away, 9-away   Dilly Builders: 51S-54S-42P-61P-33A-F-C-P
Game 2   8-away, 9-away   Prime Factors: 52S-64H-62U-41P-21\$-41U-F-N-42P-52C-C-T-41P-31P-31H-32H-F-22N-51S-X-11n-31H-52U-F-R-P
Game 3   8-away, 7-away   Prime Factors: 64S-61P-52U-51H-44P-41A-42H-51S-N-55M-64H-N-F-N-43H-F-C-P
Game 4   7-away, 7-away   Dilly Builders: 63S-42H-41S-61\$

 White is The Dilly Builders score: 2 pip: 160 9 point match pip: 161 score: 2 Blue is The Prime Factors
XGID=-b----EAC---cD-aac-e----B-:0:0:1:61:2:2:0:9:10
Blue to play 61

### \$ (Slot) = 13/7, 6/5

If we split with the 6 (moving 24/18), then we must strip the 8pt in order to make the bar point. But if we split with the 1, then we are making the wrong split.

Although I doubt either one of these splits is a blunder, I think the slot will be solidly better than either of them. The perfect duplication of 4s is real. Barring 44, the Dillies will have to forego a strong point-making move if they choose to hit us. Conversely, if they choose not to hit us, or if they cannot hit us, then we will have good chance to add a point to our prime field.

Mike

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