Backgammon - Rules of Rolling
Backgammon is a game that should be taken very seriously if you plan to play it for money. Although many gamblers presume that backgammon is just like any other gambling game, backgammon is in fact very much a game of skill.

The main goal of the game is for each player to get all their game pieces, (checkers) onto the home board and then to remove all the pieces off the Backgammon board, (bear off). The first player to achieve this is the winner of the game.

Backgammon is a board game different from the casino games known as Jeux Casino in French for two players in which the playing pieces are moved according to the roll of dice. A player wins by removing all of his pieces from the board. There are many variants of backgammon, most of which share common traits. Backgammon is a member of the tables family, one of the oldest classes of board games in the world.

Rules of Rolling
  • The dice must be rolled together and land flat on the surface of the right-hand section of the board. The player must re-roll both dice if a dice lands outside the right-hand board, lands on a checker or does not land flat (known as cocked dice).
  • A player may try out as many moves as he likes before making his decision.
  • A turn is completed when a player picks up his dice. If the play is incomplete or otherwise illegal, the opponent has the option of accepting the play or requiring the player to make a legal play. A roll is deemed to have been accepted as made when the opponent rolls his dice or offers a double to start his own turn.
  • If a player rolls his dice before his opponent has completed his turn by picking up his dice, the player`s roll is voided.
If you play a lot and practice a lot you can become an excellent player. It is true that playing experience is essential to improve your game, but you will never be a great, or even really good player without study away from the board. There is information in backgammon books and articles that you would never figure out for yourself by playing over the board or on the computer. Great players must learn and know match equity tables and take points and must understand the theories of when to go for the gammon or when to cash, just to name a couple of things you will learn from books. You won't pick up these things over the board or even by playing against computer programs like Snowie. If you don't read these things, you could learn them from a coach or teacher. I believe it is possible to become an intermediate level player if you are very smart, have excellent math and gaming skills and great instincts, but I have never met an Open Level player (that is the top level tournaments) that didn't also do quite a bit of reading and study to learn the finer points of the game.

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