• Backgammon Wagering Tricks

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    Wagering on backgammon might be enjoyable, especially if you are aware of how to succeed by playing effectively. But every now and then a trick or two might help you even more and develop you into a more accomplished player.

    One of the best game plans to win is to barricade your opposing player in. It’ll prevent them from advancing their checkers from your home board. This must be accomplished early in the game to keep your adversaries 2 pieces in your home board. So you must shift your pieces to points seven, 5, and 4 as swiftly as possible and even 2 and three if at all possible. Keep your point of 6 with the six pieces as it is. This will make sure that your competitor cannot will not be able to leave your home board and help your chances of locking them in to win.

    By blocking your opponent in, they’ll be praying for double sixes as soon as all other moves have been completed to get those 2 checkers out of your home board. If doubles aren’t tossed, your opposition will be forced to shift one piece at a time, as long as they get a six or greater, and leave 1 checker behind and vulnerable. Of course in the process of moving your own checkers, make sure you don’t leave 1 alone where your challenger can send you off the board to go through their home board.

    When in doubt, hit. This can assist you in winning largely because as soon as your challenger is hit, that checker is the piece they must move before they can do anything else in the game. So if you hit them numerous times, they’ll have to return numerous checkers back on the board and get around your checkers to win. Be certain you do not hit where it’ll make you vulnerable to being hit yourself. Unless of course it will be advantageous to you, like early on in the game when your opponent will not have you blocked in.

    Landing a hit when you have a lock started can also be great due to the fact that as soon as you get several spots locked, your opponent will have a harder time moving their pieces away from your home board and winning. It’s even possible to hit them several times and get your block set. That way you can lock them from returning to the game board and even having a chance at beating you.

    These two tips aren’t the only strategy to succeed, but they’re exceptional ideas for novices to develop into better enthusiasts. Once you conquer these, being victorious most of the time will not seem like such a complex thing to do.

     July 17th, 2007  Makenzie   No comments

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