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Backgammon Backgammon is one of the oldest board games known.
It is a two player game where playing pieces are moved according to the roll of dice,
and a player wins by removing all of their pieces from the board before their opponent.
Backgammon is a member of the tables family, one of the oldest classes of board games in the world.

27 comments to “Backgammon”

  1. Sheila says:

    Sorry but I find it hard to believe that the Backgammon dice rolls are random. Why?
    Because I can predict the roll about 40% of the time.
    If either I or the computer makes a move, the resulting next roll is clearly dependent on the previous roll or move.

  2. Sheila says:

    A problem with the dice rolls.
    Have been playing a long time and it is VERY clear that the dice rolls are not random but are programmed.
    This makes the games predictable and boring.
    Why can’t the dice rolls be random like they are in a real game?

  3. Charmaine says:

    Too bad you don’t have an upload, so I could show you the problem I’ve encountered. Rolled a 4 and 5.
    All my pieces occupy point 2, 3, 4. I should be able to take 2 pieces off the 4th point,
    but I get a message, “With this move you can’t play all dices. [spelling error, should be die]
    Please do another moves that allows you play both dices.”
    I have start a new game since I can’t go backwards or forward.

  4. pozirk says:

    UPDATE: Developer told me that bug is fixed.
    Hope it’s true this time. 🙂

  5. Sookie says:

    The bug with the AI being on the bar is not fixed completely yet.
    I was baring off with 3 pieces in the third spot and 3 on the one spot, with the AI having 2 on the bar.
    It rolled 5 and 1, placed one of its pieces in the five spot and moved another on the opposite side of the board one spot.
    All the while with a piece on the bar.

  6. pozirk says:

    UPDATE: Bug should be fixed.
    Please make sure to clear your cache and reload the page.
    Thank you!

  7. Sookie says:

    The bug Sheila reported December 12, 2020 it not fixed.
    The computer had two on the bar, got one off with a 5 roll and moved that piece 1 to place me on the bar.
    All the while the computer’s other piece remained on the bar unable to move in to the 1 position.

    • pozirk says:

      Hey Sookie!
      Are you sure you playing the latest version.
      Make sure to clear your browser cache and reload the page.
      let me know, if problem still there.
      Thank you!

    • Sookie says:

      yes my cache is clear, I use firefox and my history is cleared each time I close my browser.

    • pozirk says:

      Ok, I will contact developer and ask him to take a look.
      Thank you Sookie.

  8. sheila says:

    thanks, works fine now.

  9. Sheila says:

    they many have fixed the bug but now the game won’t open. the ad plays just fine, then the logo comes up. But nothing happens.

  10. pozirk says:

    UPDATE: Fixed bug reported by Sheilla.

  11. Sheila says:

    Twice now the computer player has made an illegal move.
    I had knocked off two computer player pieces that had to be put back. so the computer rolled and got one of them back on, leaving one still off.
    THEN the computer moved the one that got replaced again leaving the one that was knocked off. This is not a legitimate play in Backgammon.
    ALL knocked off pieces have to be replaced before any other pieces can be moved. You need to fix this. It is basic to Backgammon.

  12. Sheila says:

    Is there a way to keep score in Backammon? I am playing against the computer

  13. pozirk says:

    UPDATE: New version does not require Flash Player.
    Enjoy! 🙂

  14. Venice says:

    Pozirk…. I am back and I love ALL of your games, I played every one.
    Have a great day! Lot’O’Love VEN

  15. skb026 says:

    jamed up and would not let me move

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