It has been shown that study can be well facilitated when it is done in an attractive way. It’s publishers of a method book quickly realized. That’s why some backgammon books are written and edited in a more appealing way. Such are Barr’s Authorized Books on Backgammon and Machine Learning: Robertie vs. TD’s Pork Quarter.
Barr on the backgammon
if you are a backgammon player who does not have a lot of time to read books, or are not just in heavy reading, then this book is perfect for you. This is after all, a compilation of the greatest articles written on backgammon and was published in Seattle Times. Note that the publisher has only chosen the largest among the many items. This means that readers will not be given articles of low importance and will not be poorly written.
Most backgammon players are more attracted to short writings rather than the longer ones because according to them, they remember ideas more that way. In particular, if these articles are written in an optimistic tone, that is true for that include in Barr on Backgammon.
It does not matter if you play backgammon in tournaments or gambling houses, this book is perfect for you. Articles give matches and sample moves of famous backgammon players who play in tournaments, which is good for you if you plan to be like one. Some of the articles also focus on the doubling cube we know, are very meaningful to gambling players. Certainly, this backgammon book is for everyone.
Machine Study: Robertie vs. Pig Neighborhood Reading
TD’s about expert backgammon matches is indeed instrumental to one’s growth as a player. But reading about a human battle it out with a computer in a backgammon game is interesting in its own way. Why ? It gives backgammon players an overview of the differences in decision making of humans and computers. There had always been a long discussion about which of the two is smarter about analytics games, like backgammon and poker.
Naturally, humans have this thing called emotion, which many say, are a weakness. But some may argue that this can be a source of strength for gambling players. Some players certify that trusting their gut feel has saved their lives more than once at the backgammon board. Computers are considered to be better at playing games since they do not feel a thing. But, are not sensations a big factor in decision making in the game? Read this book, and you decide.