Backgammon - Wikipedia
Backgammon Instructions For 2 Players AGES 6 to Adult CONTENTS Double-sided Gameboard, 30 Playing Pieces (the same pieces are used for Checkers), 2 DiceHow to play backgammon. How to set up a backgammon board. Starting position. Object of the game.

Backgammon Instructions For 2 Players AGES 6 to Adult CONTENTS Double-sided Gameboard, 30 Playing Pieces (the same pieces are used for Checkers), 2 Dice

How to play backgammon. How to set up a backgammon board. Starting position. Object of the game. Scoring in backgammon. Doubling cube. Gammons and backgammons.

Backgammon is one of the oldest board games known. It is a two player game where each player has fifteen pieces (checkers) which move between twenty-four ...

Backgammon Instructions For 2 Players AGES 6 to Adult CONTENTS Double-sided Gameboard, 30 Playing Pieces (the same pieces are used for Checkers), 2 Dice

How to play backgammon. How to set up a backgammon board. Starting position. Object of the game. Scoring in backgammon. Doubling cube. Gammons and backgammons.

Backgammon is one of the oldest board games known. It is a two player game where each player has fifteen pieces (checkers) which move between twenty-four ...

Distribution  is how evenly your checkers are divided among the points occupied. It is usually better to have 3 checkers each on two different points rather than 4 checkers one and 2 on the other. You should rarely have six checkers on a point and almost never have any more. A backgammon player with even distribution will seemingly get "luckier" dice than his less flexible opponent.

Don't be afraid to leave shots early in the game to establish a strong offense or defense. Be more cautious as your enemy's home board gets stronger. The more points he has in his home board, the more difficult it will be for you to re-enter after being hit. 
Conversely, the more points that you control in your enemy's home board (anchors) the bolder you may play. Even if his board is weak, limit the number of blots (single checkers) to no more than four. If you are significantly ahead in the race or position, then  restrict your exposure to maintain your lead .

Try to build points without gaps between them directly in front of the enemy checkers  in your home board to prevent their escape. Establishing these critical points as early as possible in approximate order of importance: 5, 4, 7 to start your blockade. Six points in a row is called a prime. This makes it impossible for your opponent to escape for as long as you can maintain that structure.

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