GammonLife Backgammon Links

Gammonlife is happy to provide the following links to other interesting resources and sites related to backgammon and other games.

Internet Backgammon Database

Internet Backgammon

The Internet Backgammon Database, better known as, is a website where you can find profiles submitted by backgammon players who have played at live tournaments.

Nack Ballard

Official website of Nack Ballard, the World's #1 Player and #1 BG Giant. Stay tuned to this site for news on the release of his upcoming book on the openings rolls of the game (co-authored with Paul Weaver).

Free play site with 10 different variants of backgammon you can in a web browser. has backgammon games such as Portes, Fevga, Plakoto, Gul Bara, Moultezim and even two versions of Acey-Deucey.

Gammon Links

Mel Leifer's GammonLinks

GammonLinks is a huge page of descriptive links to backgammon info, organized and updated regularly by backgammon guru Mel Leifer. If you can't find what you seek about backgammon there, it's nowhere.



Wikipedia is a free encyclopedia with a growing section on various backgammon topics contributed by editors from around the world. Some famous backgammon players, such as Paul Magriel, are mentioned there.



The Google search engine is the first choice of Internet surfers for finding information on the Web - check it out for any backgammon topic or person you are interested in knowing about.

Juan Santamaria of Alajuela, National Heroe of Costa Rica.
Going to Costa Rica and visiting Alajuela, the second largest city, check out an interesting business directory with a map of downtown Alajuela and lots of local information.



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