Backgammon is one of the oldest board games played with two people. The history of the attic indicates 5000 years ago. It is alleged to have been invented in response to chess. Backgammon is one of the most popular games in the world for two players playing with 15 black, 15 white stones on a special platform.

Examples of Backgammon in Ancient Ages h2>

In excavations at the Shahr-e Sokhteh (Burned City) site of the Persian empire, There is a play similar to the 3000 year old tavlay, played with 2 zeros and 60 stones. In the excavations made in UR, the snake was painted on it, and the first found remains of the game were found 200 years earlier.


In Egypt, there are statues depicting tablets about playing some games like tavla.

The tavlan H2>

As far as it is known, 1400 years ago, the chief vizier of the Iranian shah (Persian emperor) Nevşiyan was developed by Büzur Mehir. It is very impressive that the game inspired by the concept of time is among the most played games of all time.

The notion of inspired time in a tack is explained as follows. Backgammon as a unit of yours is one.

Rumors about backgammon

Rumors about backgammon

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In ancient times, the Indian Emperor sent a chess game to the Persian emperor as a gift with a letter.

Who knows better,
Who sees more ahead
He wins
Here is the life …


By sharing this message with Buzur Mehir, the most venerable veteran of the Persian empire period, he wants him to solve the game and to invent another game in return for him as a gift to the Indian emperor.

The Indian emperor:
Who knows better
Who knows better
Who sees better
He wins.Ama is a bit of glamor
Here is life …

If there is a chance of 4500 moves, there is time to master the game and the game is played with a lot of play.

Backgammon in the Turks h2>

In the Ottoman Empire in the 1400s the backgammon game became popular in Turks. During the rise of the Ottoman Empire, backgammon became very important. Today, backgammon tradition continues in Turks. In turkey, a very common game in Turkey, master players use the names of the combinations of the dice from Persian to Turkish in the form of a tradition. Sharp (1), Dü (2), Se (3), Cehar (4), Penc (5), Shal (6).

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