Backgammon Terms starting with 'J'
Jacoby Rule - Invented by Oswald Jacoby. This rule is used in money play and states that unless either player has accepted a double, gammons and backgammons will count only as a single game. The rule eliminates situations where a player has passed up the opportunity to double and therefore speeds up play. It actually encourages him to double at the right time.
Jellyfish - A medium strength computer program developed by neural networks that plays and analyzes positions and entire matches.
Jeopardy - The potential to have awkward rolls on an upcoming turn.
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Backgammon competitions help improve work efficiency
We are all driven by the constant need to be the best and to know more than others. For this reason alone we work harder whenever we feel our position being threatened by a competitive and we try to be the best at what we do....
- 09 July 2009
Poker And Backgammon
There is a common thread between games like poker, backgammon and chess....
- 21 July 2009