If historians have given the late 1700’s and early 1900’s the title of the “Industrial Revolution”, we can well imagine that future historians are likely to call the late twentieth century and the early twenty-first century as the “Post-Millenial Revolution”. Of course, the Post-millenial Revolution is already upon us. Let’s name the year 1994 as the start of the new millennium; or rather the end of the first decade of the new millennium. Things have never been as good as they are today. We have never had so much for our little finger to hold onto, never so much choices, and never so much variety. Let’s take a moment and look at what we have available to us in the personal area of information, the area that coaches and players champion at the backgammon board. For example, the backgammon game has been in full swing for the last decade, and no player can credibly claim that backgammon sets were created or popularized in the last decade. Whether or not the present backgammon setup is the conventional backgammon set used at all, the modern backgammon game, the backgammon board game, is an Rockets game.
Played for money for almost a millennium, backgammon, a game that in the old days was associated with a prominent establishment and elite, has evolved into a game which can be enjoyed by everyone, and played just for the sake of enjoyment. Backgammon, a game that for centuries was an aristocratic pastime and was played during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, has succumb, at least in the United States, to the bluffs of unscrupulous newcomers to the game, who hear the word “Bolagila” and automatically assume they’re playing a game of elite class.
From what has evolved out of the original backgammon set-up, this super-duper-gypsy-something transitional game has evolved into a multiplicity of different card and set variations, all competing for people’s consideration and mindful enjoyment. Combining a backgammon setup with poker, bridge, checkers, dice and more, the modern game has become a “how much can I win” game. Unfortunately, the commercialization of the game has led to the loss of the social elements, and the Increasingly unpopular merging of poker with backgammon, driving the game from the halls of the upper class to the basements of the everyday working man.
To add insult to injury, the introduction of thousands of new players to the game, in the process creating a new intimidating complexity, has lead to theOrigin of the Backgammon Genie, a cleveranskyulation method that appears to be the best method for winning at backgammon. Along with this cleveranskyulation method, the guide also provides a statistical approach to the game recommending the best possible moves to make for each match. The Backgammon guide is written in a style that places it at the forefront of the valid and scientific approach to the game, setting it apart from the bad old basicbooks that other developers have left behind.
With this Backgammon guide, you can feel confident that you are setting yourself up for victory. The Backgammon guide provides a sound strategy for understanding the game, caution to the newbie and advice to the challenging player.