by Bart Brooks
25 October 2007
I can still remember about 20 years ago teaching backgammon to my early teenage sons. After they began to move along on their own a bit I would explain plays and strategies to them. Initially, this was not a problem. However, beginners and intermediates are fairly sensitive to being hit and they started to question the "best" opening plays I had taught them by rote.
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