It's noticeable that a disproportionate number of errors occur with doublets. I suppose this is to do with the fact that you have to move four checkers instead of two. The smaller the doublet, the greater number of choices usually and the greater the chance of a mistake. Here are three postions for your careful thought. As always, comments and reasoning greatly appreciated.
No score in a 9 point match. Black to play 2-2.
Black leads 3-0 to 21 and has 3-3 to play. No clocks and Black took half an hour to make a play here! His opponent read Bertrand Russell! Some kudos for anybody who can name the players.
Double Match Point. Black to play 2-2. Would it make a difference if it was a money game?
Have fun and while the comments flood in from the usual suspects, enjoy the game!