Terms that Start with “A” Letter
There are - 29 - terms.
American Backgammon Tour, an annual master-point competition of participants in major U.S. tournaments. Website: ABT.
Accept a Double
To agree to continue playing a game at twice the previous stakes after the opponent offers a double. Compare: Refuse a Double.
A position in the late stages of a game in which a player is anchored on the opponent's one-point trying to hit a shot as the opponent brings his checkers home and bears them off.
The roll of 1 and 2 with two dice.
A backgammon variant in which the roll of 1 and 2 gives the player extra turns. See: How to Play Acey-Deucey.
An anchor on the opponent's five-point, four-point, or sometimes three-point. (The opponent's bar-point is also sometimes called an advanced anchor, though purists insist that only points in the opponent's home board should be called "anchors.") See: Holding Point.
A player of considerable experience and skill who has moved beyond intermediate level.