Here’s a quick guide to some of the most useful backgammon resources online.
Backgammon Online is an excellent backgammon forum containing input from many of the world’s best players. The moderator is Stick Rice. Postings are archived back to 2006.
Carol Cole’s Backgammon Boutique sells backgammon books, high-quality sets, and all sorts of backgammon equipment like dice, checkers, cups, and cubes.
Carol Cole’s Tournament Listings contains constantly-updated listings of tournaments in the United States and around the world.
Extreme Gammon is currently the top-rated backgammon program available for Windows machines or mobile devices.
Gammon Village publishes backgammon articles by a wide variety of players and also sells backgammon sets and equipment.
The Two Plus Two Backgammon Forum is a forum generally targeted at beginner and intermediate players. The moderator is Bill Robertie. Postings are archived back to 2009.
The U.S. Backgammon Federation is an organization dedicated to promoting backgammon in the United States. They publish an online magazine, PrimeTime Backgammon, and run both live and online tournaments.
P-40 Backgammon makes very high-quality backgammon boards and equipment at a very reasonable price. The sets are highly customizable on their website and come with a wide variety of accessories. See our review in the Blog section for more information and photos.
BoneClub Backgammon produces a line of large, attractive, and inexpensive backgammon boards. Check out their website for available colors and designs.