Tavla is the Turkish name for backgammon. The rules are similar but not exactly the same as Western backgammon. A list of the differences appears at the. Backgammon Variants Tavli (Greek Backgammon). Tavli means “board” in Greece. It is also the name used for various games played on a backgammon board. Backgammon Variants Jacquet. Jacquet is a version of backgammon that was once popular in France and several other European countries. Setup: Each player.

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Web This site Comments: Each player starts with fifteen checkers on the rightmost point of the far side of the board, at diagonally opposite corners from each other.

They move in the same direction, counterclockwise, around the board. The object of the game is to move all of your checkers around the board to your own finishing table and bear them off. The first player to bear off all his checkers wins the game. Each player rolls one die and the higher number goes first.

That player then rolls the dice again to begin his first turn. The roll of the dice indicates how many points, or pips, the player is to move his checkers.


The seplregels rules spelregele A checker may be moved only to an open point, one that is not occupied by two or more opposing checkers. The numbers on the two dice constitute separate moves. For example, if a player rolls 5 and 3, he may move one checker five spaces to an open point and another checker three spaces to an open point, or he may move the one checker a total of eight spaces to an open point, but only if the intermediate point either three or five spaces from the starting point is also open.

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Doubles are played twice. For example, if you rollyou have four 3’s to play.

If you are unable to play all of the numbers of a roll, you must play as many as you can and any unplayable numbers are lost. One checker, known as the couriermust be played first, and no other checker sspelregels be played until the courier has reached its finishing table. A checker sitting alone on a point is called a blot.

If an opposing checker lands on a blot, the blot is hit and placed on the bar. Entering from the bar: Any time you have one or more baclgammon on the bar, your first obligation is to reenter those checker s into your starting table.

You enter a checker by moving it to an open point corresponding to one of the numbers on the rolled dice. If you spelfegels able to enter some but not all of your checkers, you must enter as many as you can then give up the remainder of your turn. The following rules limit how backgammln may be moved: You may close no more than two points in your starting table. You may place a maximum of two checkers on your mid point.


Your mid point is the left-most point on the far spelergels of the board. Once you have moved all fifteen of your checkers to your finishing table, you may begin bearing off. To bear off a spelrregels you must roll a number equal to or greater than the point number of your farthest back checker. If a number you roll is not high enough bear off your farthest back checker, then you must use that number to move a checker forward if possible. White may not bear off from the three-point or the two-point because there are still checkers on the 4 point.


You may not unnecessarily waste bacigammon when bearing off. This means you should always bear off a checker where possible rather than use a smaller number to move that checker forward.


White must use the 5 to bear off the checker on the three-point. He may not play the 2 first, for that would waste pips. If one of your checkers is hit during bearoff, it must be reentered in your starting table and brought around the board again to your finishing table before you can resume bearing off. The first player to bear off all his checkers wins the game and scores one point. A player spelregelz marcia 2 points if each bears off all his checkers before the opponent has borne off backgammin, or marcia per punto 3 points if he gets marcia without ever having constructed a prime.

A prime is six consecutive points with two or more checkers on them.

Philippe Lalanne has a description of modern Jacquet rules which are quite different than the rules presented here. At that time Jacquet was the most popular tables game in France. I think this is the best way to play. The original rules are from the beginning of the nineteenth century. World Wide Backgammpn Mark Driver: The Game of Jacquet.

Backgammon Variants Jacquet Jacquet is a version of backgammon that was once popular in France and several other European countries.

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