Backgammon for Winners

Backgammon for Winners

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by Bill Robertie
     
 

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Bill Robertie, the world's best backgammon player and only two-time champion, shows how to play and win at backgammon.

"Learn from the man acknowledged as the greatest backgammon player of his time.

Expert advice in easy-to-read charts and explanations shows the essentials of playing and winning, plust the inside tips and strategies of champions."

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Overview

Bill Robertie, the world's best backgammon player and only two-time champion, shows how to play and win at backgammon.

"Learn from the man acknowledged as the greatest backgammon player of his time.

Expert advice in easy-to-read charts and explanations shows the essentials of playing and winning, plust the inside tips and strategies of champions."

How to Play - How to Win!

Step-by-step, you'll learn the basics of setting up a board, how to move and conquer blots, and how to play a dynamic offense that will give you an advantage right from the opening roll.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780940685420
Publisher:
Cardoza Publishing
Publication date:
07/15/1993
Pages:
136

Meet the Author

Bill Robertie is a chess master and a former winner of the US Chess Speed Championships. He is also the world’s best backgammon player and the only two-time winner of the Monte Carlo World Championships for backgammon. Besides authoring six books on chess, all for Cardoza Publishing – Beginning Chess Play, Winning Chess Tactics, Winning Chess Openings, Master Checkmate Strategy, Basic Endgame Strategy: King’s, Pawns and Minor Pieces , and Basic Endgame Strategy: Queen’s and Rooks – he’s written six books on backgammon and is the co-publisher of Inside Backgammon, the world’s foremost backgammon magazine.

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Backgammon for Winners 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I can't understand how this guy is called 'the best.' This book places far to much importance on the racing game. If your idea of Backgammon is to see who can roll 165 the fastest, then get it. Otherwise, look for something a little thicker.