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54S-11 – 4-away, 2-away – 3-ply XG2 Rollout

Posted By: Taper_Mike
Date: Saturday, 21 June 2014, at 11:16 a.m.

In Response To: 54S-11 – Unlimited Games – 4-ply XG2 Rollout (Martin)

 White is Player 2 score: 2 pip: 158 4 point match pip: 167 score: 0 Blue is Player 1
XGID=-a---aE-C---dE---d-e----B-:0:0:1:11:0:2:0:4:10
Blue to play 11

1.Rollout124/22 6/5*(2) eq: +0.8178
 Player:Opponent: 58.01% (G:18.21% B:1.62%)41.99% (G:12.86% B:1.37%) Conf.: ±0.0062 (+0.8117...+0.8240) - [100.0%]Duration: 33 minutes 57 seconds
2.Rollout18/7(2) 6/5*(2) eq: +0.7948 (-0.0230)
 Player:Opponent: 57.95% (G:18.42% B:1.19%)42.05% (G:12.43% B:1.66%) Conf.: ±0.0054 (+0.7894...+0.8002) - [0.0%]Duration: 29 minutes 37 seconds

1 10368 Games rolled with Variance Reduction.
Dice Seed: 96
Moves: 3-ply, cube decisions: XG Roller

 Rollout by Dmitriy Obukhov 2013-Sep-21 eXtreme Gammon Version: 2.10.199.2658 MET: Kazaross XG2 54-11.-4-2-do.xgp -4-2 [E N23] "<=10

eXtreme Gammon Version: 2.10, MET: Kazaross XG2

54S-11 — According to Score
XG 2.10 3-ply, Cubes: XGR, MET: Kazaross XG2 96 +817.8 –4–2 [E N23] "<=10 Dmitriy Obukhov (above)

Key: E = Each [24/22, 6/5*(2)], N = Near [8/7(2), 6/5*(2)]

Why do you play E at a score of –4–2?

I can only speculate why the trailer has a decided preference for E over N at this score. Could it be that the five hitting 8s present when he plays N put a dent in his plans for an early cube?

Mike

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