In general, if hitting an opponents blot is an option you probalbly want to hit.
However, there are plenty of exceptions.
- If you can hit a blot in the outfield or make a key inner board point (5 point) the inner point might take precedence.
- If hitting leaves you with lots of blots and your opponent with lots of return shots, you best pass up the hit.
- If your position is stacked and awkward a developing play might be better.
- If you have a choice between a hit and filling in a key point in a prime, the prime is better.
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