Propositions

```Has anyone heard of the Tino Road Position and if so what is it and what
does it look like?

Thanks

Arthur
```

 Fotis  writes: ```This is the famous Tino Road Position (from the excellent book "In the game until the end: Winning in Ace-point endgames" by Bob Wachtel). Money game: X to play +24-23-22-21-20-19------18-17-16-15-14-13-+ O: A player | O O O | | O O O | | O O O | | O O O | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |BAR| |v (Cube: 1) XX | | | | XX | | | | XX | | | | XXX | X | | | XXX | O X | X | O O | +-1--2--3--4--5--6-------7--8--9-10-11-12-+ X: B player As Bob says, this position is the "specialty of the upbeat Australian expert Tino Lechich. For many years Tino took on all comers in this position allowing them to be Black, White, or to switch back and forth. Tino usually won from both sides!" Then the book gives some of Tino's tips (an A4 page and a half). I hope this helps. Fotis ```

 Tino Lechich  writes: ```The cube should not be in the middle. O owns the cube in the prop. Money game: X to play +24-23-22-21-20-19------18-17-16-15-14-13-+ O: A player | O O O | | O O O | (Cube: 2) | O O O | | O O O | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |BAR| |v XX | | | | XX | | | | XX | | | | XXX | X | | | XXX | O X | X | O O | +-1--2--3--4--5--6-------7--8--9-10-11-12-+ X: B player ```

### Propositions

Choose roll vs. double roll  (Larry Deckel, Jan 1997)
Choose roll vs. double-roll  (Rafy Marootians+, Mar 1994)
Eight checkers vs. fifteen  (Raccoon, Feb 2006)
Fifteen on the bar  (Pete+, Nov 2002)
Monte Carlo 1998  (Daniel Murphy, Feb 2006)
No ones  (Murat Kalinyaprak, Oct 2002)
Opening 11 vs. Owning the cube  (Bob Ebbeler+, Aug 1999)
Tino Road Position  (Arthur+, Apr 2005)
Up in the air  (Daniel Murphy, Feb 2006)