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in playing backgammon to 128 pts. Is it a written rule that you must double your opponent EVERY roll?

I feel that it is strategic to get to 64 and hold off on cubing if it looks like you have no chance of winning. I have been told by yahoo backgammon players however, that I am cheating..Am I? If the game looks even then I of course always double to 128…thx. for answer

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  1. tim M Says:

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    there is no rule that you MUST double at any time.

  2. zanti3 Says:

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    Some player use this rule in online games, doubling until the cube gets to some high level. They play this rule because it produces much bigger rating swings. It is a much less interesting game, however, because it takes the cube out of the game – there are no strategic doubles to make or accept. In other words, it a dumb rule strictly for gamblers, not real players.

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