Money Play - Backgammon Dictionary

Money Play

  1. The normal style of competition in backgammon in which games are played individually and the participants bet on the result. At the end of each game, the loser pays the winner the agreed initial stake multiplied by the value of the doubling cube and further multiplied by 2 for a gammon or 3 for a backgammon (2). Money play backgammon is normally played using the Jacoby rule and participants may also agree to play automatic doubles and beaversCompare: Match Play.

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