I hope you considered hitting with 22/16* and then swiftly rejected it. The last thing Red wants to do here is lose a gammon. Losing a single game is of little consequence because White
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Money Play. How should Red play 66?
eXtreme Gammon ID: XGID=---cBBCBB----B-----A-abbgA:1:-1:1:66:0:0:3:0:10
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