|Your example proves my point. Your opponent kept building up your future score for you. He should have noticed your future play and not built up your score. |
Having not a lot of experience in this game, I would assume that if you can get such a situation set up, then it probably doesn't matter what your opponent does & you are going to win anyway. But, we are just talking about the large scores generated in one move & that depends, in part, upon your opponent helping you out.