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Crawford Doubling Cube
Crawford Doubling Cube can be considered as an innovation in the world of modern backgammon. These 3.5 cm cubes are completely handmade of compact plastic. They are designed for the first time in backgammon history.
As is well-known, the Crawford rule (named for John R. Crawford) is an optional game strategy invoked when your opponent reaches one point away from winning in match play. It implies that the next game of the match is to be played without doubling.
When the Crawford Doubling Cube is centered on the game board, it indicates that the doubling cube is not allowed during the next game.
|Dimensions||4 × 4 × 4 cm|