pub. 1998, pages 127.
by Chris Bray
Price (excluding UK/EU/Europe):
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About the book:
Chris Bray has been on the London backgammon scene for the last sixteen years playing at
venues such as The Red Room, Stocks and latterly the Double Fives Club. He has honed his
skills at these venues and has used them to good effect on the European and US tournament
For the last four years Chris has been the backgammon correspondent of the Independent
newspaper. From producing the occasional article four years ago he has progressed to
weekly columnist where his articles command a wide readership.
Backgammon An Independent View takes the best of his Independent
articles and mixes them with his other more technical articles to produce a book, which
will appeal to all players. Everyone, no matter what their skill, will find something in
these pages to raise the level of their game and show them new aspects of backgammon. It
also has its more whimsical moments as none other than Sherlock Holmes provides some of