by Douglas Zare
1 March 2010
Playing live backgammon has its appeal. You can see, feel, and hear the pieces move on a beautiful backgammon board while you chat with friends or tease rivals. You can set up positions easily and naturally. However, internet backgammon is far more convenient for many players, and from FIBS in the 1990s to the inclusion of Internet Backgammon in the default start menu of Windows XP, playing remote opponents is common.
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