In a new article It’s A One-Off, Ray Kershaw considers Magriel’s Theorem and works through several money backgammon positions.
This is easy to remember. It will help you to avoid errors and will save you time and mental energy:
In a non-contact position all your remaining checkers are in your home board and at least one checker is on your ace point. Then, in either money or match play and whatever you roll next, you will never regret playing an ace by moving 1/off.
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