by Jake Jacobs
10 July 2015
For those who missed Part 1 in May, or Part 2 last month, after the last tournament in Las Vegas Phil Simborg and Mochy Mochizuki agreed to play a 30-game proposition where Phil would start each game with the doubling cube on his side, gammons and backgammons activated.
The theory was that possession of the cube was worth 3.0 ER, and as that was the estimated difference between the two players, the proposition should be break even.
We resume with Game 21, Mochy playing an opening 53, and the score tied at 26-26.
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