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  Autor (Name, Vorname) Kleinman, Danny
  Titel Vision Laughs at Counting with Advice to the Dicelorn
  Untertitel Backgammon writings by Danny Kleinman
  Cover Cover Cover
  Orginalausgabe von 1980: Volume 1 ...... und Volume 2.
  Cover Cover
  Neuausgabe 1996 (Larry Strommen): Volume 1 ...... und Volume 2.
  Neuausgabe 2007 bei Lulu
  Jahr 1980: Ausgabe Danny Kleinman
1996: Neuauflage durch Larry Strommen
2007: Neuauflage bei Lulu
  Seiten Ausgabe 1980: 203 (Vol. 1) und 223 (Vol. 2) [= Seite 235 bis 437]
Ausgabe 1996: 223 (Vol. 1) und 211 (Vol. 2)
Ausgabe 2007: 445 (in einem Band)
  Verlag Ausgabe 1980: Danny Kleinman, Los Angeles
Ausgabe 1996: Larry Strommen, Los Angeles
Ausgabe 2007: Lulu (Print-on-demand)
  Bindung Ausgabe 1980: Softcover
Ausgabe 1996: Softcover, spiralgebunden
Ausgabe 2007: Sowohl als Hardcover, Softcover als auch in Spiralbindung erhältlich
  ISBN ohne
  Sprache Englisch
  Anmerkungen Die Auflage von 1996 fehlt mir noch in meiner Sammlung. Über Hinweise per Mail bin ich dankbar.
  Vom selben Autor A Backgammon Book for Gabriel, 1994
... But Only The Hogs Win, 1991
Double-Sixes from the Bar, 1982, 1999
How Can I Keep From Dancing?, 1983 / 1999
How Little We Know About Backgammon, 1985 / 2001
Is There Life After Backgammon?, 1983 / 1997
Long Road to Gammon, 1995
Meanwhile, Back at the Chouette, 1981 / 1996
The Dice Conquer All, 1984 / 1999
The Other Side of Midnight, 1986
Wonderful World of Backgammon, 1981 / 1996
  Co-Autor von Backgammon With the Giants: Neil Kazaross, 2001
Costa Rica 1994, 1996
Cubes and Gammons Near the End of the Match, 1997
Jerry Grandell - His most important Matches, 1999
  Rezensionen "'Vision Laughs at Counting' [..] contains much sound advice on the practical aspects of backgammon play (e.g., sections on bg hustlers, bg cheaters, chouette money management), seminal advice on handling the doubler, and even a few unprecedented mathematical characterizations of certain aspects of certain positions (e.g., how many pips to penalize a player for having one or more checkers on the bar). It is generally insightful and often very amusingly written, but not suitable as an introductory text, sometimes obsolete, and sometimes simply wrong; and though it is the only text by Kleinman that I have read, I have good reason to believe that that judgment applies to Kleinman's other texts, as well." – John Bazigos, rec.games.backgammon, Juli 1993

"Technical articles on general subjects are interspersed with a format of letters to Miss Lonelyblots, the everfaithful counselor to the 'Dorn-Lorn'. The books are not entirely technical but address the tricky subject of mental attitude of how to approach the game. In addition, it details many cheating techniques in order to alert the unwary player to these pitfalls." – Butch Meese, rec.games.backgammon, January 1984