When Is It Right To Run Off Of The Anchor?

by Steve Sax
21 August 2009


Steve Sax

We've all been in this situation. We roll a number where we can run off of an anchor in our opponent's home board but we're not sure if it is the right time to do so. What are the factors which govern this decision and can we make a correct over the board decision regarding this tough choice?

They include the race, relative board strength and number of builders your opponent has. Additionally you need to consider if your opponent has good outfield control, and the issue of timing.
 

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