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Backgammon Pip Counting Method (Thanks to Phil Simborg for sending it to me)

This is similar to the other method I posted with cross overs. It seems to be at first glance much faster than the other fast method I posted. Obviously being able to figure out Pip counts in live over the board matches is critical if you want to ever get to advanced or expert or world class level. I will study it some more and practice with it as well.

Again all credit goes to Phil Simborg and Robert Urquhart.

Urquhart Colorless Counting


About dgarnold

More interests than I can count.. enjoy Foreign Policy, Current events, Books, Game theory,Sports (both watching and participating) and of course my Labradors. Love Mountain Biking! World class backgammon player.

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