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  Autor (Name, Vorname) Kit Woolsey
  Titel How to Play Tournament Backgammon
  Cover Cover
  Jahr 1993
  Seiten 50
  Verlag The Gammon Press, Arlington, MA
  Bindung Softcover
  ISBN 1-880604-05-1
  Sprache Englisch
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  Rezensionen "What you learn from Kit should be enough to get you started on your own advanced course in match play cube strategy. Kit gives you all the basic definitions, concepts and tools you need to get started - but you must complete the job. [..]
I recommend 'How to Play Tournament Backgammon', but only for those players willing to grind through the examples and get their hands dirty." – Kent Goulding, in Inside Backgammon Sep-Oct 1993

"Unfortunately I don't think there is a complete introduction to match play. Kit Woolsey's How To Play Tournament Backgammon is too short, little more than a pamphlet, and I don't think it is his best writing on the subject. More common than trying to understand how to handle an 8-cube at 11-away 19-away is trying to understand the nuances of the 5 point match, and he wrote an excellent introduction to that in his magazine, GammOnline." – Douglas Zare, February 2003

"Good, not great. I rate it a B. It should be more in-depth. It could have been a longer book. Kit knows much more than that, in my opinion, about tournament backgammon. Kit's Matchqiz analysis is much better." – Neil Kazaross in an interview with Mike Fujita, 04 Dec 1994