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OLM 20140503A The Prime Factors

Posted By: Taper_Mike
Date: Saturday, 3 May 2014, at 9:21 p.m.

In Response To: OLM 20140503A The Prime Factors (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\$-41H-54@-55A-F-N-32C-F-32D-55H-42E-32O-61H-43U-63O-53E-65S-21K-63H-N-52U-54R-N-42X-F-C-P
Game 5   7-away, 6-away   Prime Factors: 63S-62X-51U-44I-53-21C-55P-F-C-P
Game 6   7-away, 5-away   Dilly Builders: 54S-55A-F-N-63H-4-C-T-43

 White is The Dilly Builders score: 2 pip: 160 9 point match pip: 138 score: 4 Blue is The Prime Factors
XGID=-b----E-D---dD----acaAb-bA:1:1:-1:43:2:4:0:9:10
Blue to play 43

### P (Point) = 6/2, 5/2

This was another tough one for me. Hitting, H = 13/9, 8/5* seems reasonable, even though it would leave a double shot at two blots in the inner board.

The reason I went with making the 2pt was in case we are hit. If that were to happen, we would have only two direct covers for the blot that had not been hit. Plus we would be on the bar. In many variations, we would end up with only a three-point board.

Rather than risk that, I grabbed the 2pt, making a four-point board now. The Dillies get a 30% chance to anchor, but we leave only a fly shot at an outside blot.

Mike

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