26 January 2010
This month I'm taking a break from my match play series to take a look at different ways of improving your game. There's no one yellow brick road route to achieving backgammon excellence but there are some methods that are more tried and true than others.
When I started backgammon roughly 2005 as far as learning goes I had an enormous advantage over players who had been playing for decades and were trying to (re)learn. I was a clean slate. I wasn't infected with crazy concepts and wild ideas that had been pushed forth because there was nothing to disprove them.
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