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Jun 25, 2024

[Answer] 3. In backgammon, what term is used to describe a game where you have removed all your checkers from the board before your opponent has begun to take off his/her men?

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...1. a builder 2. a beaver 3. a gammon 4. a joker A gammon occurs when you can remove all of your checkers from the board before your opponent has managed to remove a single man. In tournaments or in money games, a gammon is usually worth a double victory- double points or double money. A "joker" is an incredibly lucky roll of the dice which affects the outcome of a game; a "builder" is a blot which can be used to shore up a point in subsequent moves; and a "beaver" is an immediate "double of a double" in a money game, which quadruples the original stakes in a backgammon game. (I would like to thank funtrivia quizmaker "sladeninj" for creating the first quiz on backgammon.)




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a gammon:


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