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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 9away, 9away Dilly Builders: 51S54S42P61P33AFCP
Game 2 8away, 9away Prime Factors: 52S64H62U41P21$41UFN42P52CCT41P31P31H32HF22N51SX11n31H52UFRP
Game 3 8away, 7away Prime Factors: 64S61P52U51H44P41A42H51SN55M64HNFN43HFCP
Game 4 7away, 7away Dilly Builders: 63S42H41S61$
White is The Dilly Builders
score: 2
pip: 1609 point match pip: 161
score: 2
Blue is The Prime FactorsXGID=bEACcDaaceB: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 pointmaking 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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