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Backgammon in the Wind By Chris Bray
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This is the final (at least for now!) book in the Wind series of backgammon books. The book is an anthology of the final three years of Chris's columns from The Independent newspaper in the United... More > Kingdom plus some other material produced for the United Kingdom Backgammon Federation.< Less
Backgammon to Win By Chris Bray
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Backgammon is the ultimate board game – an action-packed race to the finish with an addictive mix of luck and skill. It is easy to pick up the basics, but this is a game that continually... More > surprises – there’s always something new to learn, and the Internet has opened up a whole new world of gaming opportunities. In Backgammon to Win Chris Bray, backgammon columnist for The Independent, reveals tips and tricks needed to help you play the game like a professional, whether you want to make serious money in online tournaments or just play for fun with friends. The 2018 edition has new diagrams, a new font and has corrected some errors in the previous two versions. A couple of chapters have been updated to reflect the changes in the game since the last edition in 2012.< Less
Backgammon - An Independent View By Chris Bray
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Chris Bray is the backgammon columnist for The Independent newspaper in London and has been playing and studying the game for over thirty years. ‘Backgammon – An Independent... More > View’ takes the best of his early Independent articles and mixes them with his other more technical articles to produce a book which will appeal to all players. Everyone, no matter what their skill, will find something in these pages to raise the level of their game and show them new aspects of backgammon. It also has its more whimsical moments as none other Sherlock Holmes provides some of the instruction! Backgammon theory has evolved considerably since the original publication of the book and the use of neural net computer programs has taken the game to new levels. This newly revised version reflects those changes in theory and the solutions to several of the original problems have been updated.< Less
What Colour is the Wind? By Chris Bray
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The game of backgammon has developed significantly over the last four to five years. It is no coincidence that this development has happened in parallel with the arrival of sophisticated... More > computers. Chris Bray is the backgammon columnist for "The Independent" newspaper in the UK. In this anthology of his Independent articles of the last four years the arrival and influence of the silicon players can be clearly traced. The material covers not only the development of backgammon theory but also looks at the history of the game such as the advent of the doubling cube and some of the more colourful players who have played the game. A menagerie of players such as Barry Bigplay, Nigel Natural and Quentin Quickcube help to paint a graphic picture of life in the high stakes chouette – the very lifeblood of backgammon. Chris’s articles are targeted at a broad range of players and everyone from the casual player to the expert will improve their game by studying the couple of hundred positions in this book.< Less

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