Duplication - Backgammon Dictionary


  1. A position in which the same number can be used constructively in more than one way. For example, when your opponent can use a 5 to hit either of two blots, his 5's are said to be duplicated. All else being equal, a position which duplicates the opponent's good numbers is better than one which does not because it means the opponent has fewer good rolls in total. See post by Simon Woodhead.

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