This design from A Backward C lab did well with boostpoints on the outside of the structure.
So in puzzles with bent, If there is a boost G in a loop, make sure it/they are on the outside of the bent. Eg. Place the boost point in the longest part of the loop ring.
For safety, two loops are to bent in the same direction for this strategy to be played. I’m not yet sure this effect will occour if two loops bend opposite each other. Also this will be for bends on only one nucleotide, pr. loop.
Give – 1 pr. each G boost, placed in the shortest part of the loop.