Backgammon Terms starting with 'A'
Ace Point Game - A scenario late in the game where a player has one or more of his checkers confined to his opponent's ace point and is waiting for a chance at a hit as the opponent comes home or begins to bear off.
Anchor - A point occupied by two or more of your checkers in the opponent's home board.
Accept a Double - To agree to continue playing a game at twice the previous stakes after the opponent offers a double
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