One-Point Match A backgammon variant where the goal is to be the first player to bear off all of your checkers.
N-Point Board A home board with van welke kleuren maak je bruin n made points.Illegal Play A play that does not conform to the roll of the dice as defined by the rules of backgammon.Ply One turn by one player, a measure of how far a player (or computer program) looks ahead when selecting a play or evaluating a position.Frazer make time 1 : to travel fast made fast time 2 : to gain time have to make time to get to the bank before it closes 3 : to make progress toward winning favor trying to make time with the waitress make tracks.A gammon is also called a double game spijkerbroek korter maken met originele zoom because the winner receives twice the value of the doubling cube.The opponent has one checker on the bar, six checkers borne off, and the remainder on his one-point and two-point.Kleinman says a player should make an initial double if.44, or redouble if.61, and the opponent should accept a double or redouble if.2.This is different from the usual rule giving the opponent the option of allowing an illegal play to stand. The player in a chouette who plays alone against all the others.Each of the four contestants pays an entry fee of (usually slightly more than) a quarter of the entry fee of the main event.See: How to Play Moultezim.Owner of the Cube The player who last accepted a double in the game.Nactation An amalgamation of "Nack" (for Nack Ballard) and "action notation." A convenient notation for describing backgammon positions in the first several moves of the game.
Make sail 1 : to raise or spread sail 2 : to set out on a voyage The ship made sail at midnight.
Favorite The player judged most likely to win a game or match.Your equity is the negative of your opponent's equity.When you have a checker on the bar, you may not move any of your other checkers until that checker has been entered back onto the board. A play that split s (at the back) and slot s (at the front) at the same time.10-Percent Doubling Rule, a guideline for cube handling in pure race positions.Compute K (D4 D4) / (S-4 where D is the player's pip count minus the opponent's count, and S is the sum of the pip counts.A chess clock with a feature that adds a given amount to a player's time after each move.The ideal blockade is a prime.Throw To shake a pair of dice in a dice cup and release them onto a backgammon board.
Hit and Cover To hit an opposing blot and then continue on with the same checker to cover your own blot.