in maps with various fronts and ways of advancing it is often better to have the FTA in either of these:
on the last army´s weak front, and placing property clusters (a big amount of the overral props) in this front so the second army´s weak front is "balanced" as for the second army´s strong front, even if it´s ...well...stronger, it is still second-moving, so it kind of evens out.
placing by the other way, the fta counter on the LA´s strong front, then you should distribute the properties even through the fronts, the logic is: the LA has the counter (an advantage) on the already advatanged front, while it has a great disadvanatage of going second and nothing to counter no the weak side, though this method should be done with a lot of insight and testing.
aka: # 1- both fronts, weak and strong are actually even.
#2- both armies have a really significant advatange over each others weak fronts.
this is when threating two main fronts, secondary fronts such as small chokes and 1 on 1 base fronts are of lesser significance...you should be able to spot these primary fronts, which are the ones that matter most. as for the secondary fronts, an even distribution of props should be ok.
NOTE: i haven´t checked the map you both were talking about, i just pointed out stuff basing on what you posted, i´ll check it out later.
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