Today's results so far
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Joined: June 2013
Saturday 3:29 AM
Need a defensive discard here, so I'll ignore the Q-2 option and choose between Q-8 and Q-9.
Q-9 is a better (from Pone's point of view) discard, but the flush starts with a higher hand value.
The 2 is the lead least likely to be scored on, but it is my escape card. If Dealer plays a middle card on it, I could get trapped in an unwelcome run. 6 lead.
Joined: March 2016
Saturday 3:46 AM
Chose the diamonds and tossing 8-Q. If I remember correctly Ras stated that these cards are usually only worth 2 points 36% of the time.
Joined: April 2008
Saturday 3:49 AM
Playing to win here. Trying to balk the opponent here. Six lead here , pegging by Barlow theory. dec
Joined: March 2008
Saturday 4:55 AM
The flush gave me pause, but this is one of those situation where I need a 16 and I'll go for broke. and I broke ...
Joined: April 2011
Saturday 4:57 AM
I played the flush because I like the 8-K defensive throw. Iíll lead the seven and play the 2 if it gets fifteened or paired.
Joined: October 2008
Saturday 5:31 AM
Will anyone dare try 6-Q or 9-Q?
Joined: December 2017
Saturday 7:52 AM
I like the flush and I like the Q-8 toss. Play off play off play off.
Joined: July 2016
Saturday 9:18 AM
The (Q-8) is almost as safe as (Q-9), with a much higher resulting average hand.
Playing defense to keep our opponent short of 111 as much as possible with the 2 lead.
Good luck everyone in Brookline tomorrow. See you there.