Sometimes there is only one solution: The cochonette has to go. Not an easy shot by far.
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With such a close placement by your opponent, it can be to your advantage to try to shoot the cochon. If you knock the cochon to your back boules, you can get the point, and if you hit the cochon out of the terrain, the Boule-In-Hand Rule [Article 13-c] comes into play (adding unplayed boules to your point score).
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