you played "hundreds" of games and still losing everytime? hahahaha you must be the worst backgammon player in the world.
I suggest you turn on " gnubg analysis" and review your games for errors so you can learn how to play better.
How is it impossible to beat? It gives the option "enhanced dice" which is explained herejimmy wrote:its whoever decided to ,make it nearly impossible to beat. rig the system perhaps its cool i find it funny. that stupid fucking laugh is obnoxious tho
billyjo wrote:Just discovered Greedy Gammon and the "enhanced dice". Greatest thing I've ever seen. Because it proves that online dice can be rigged to an amazing level. (something long suspected by many .. but often denied)
It doesn't matter because not playing for money. I play gnubg in tutorial mode to learn more about the game. But still, I remember players saying it was rigged back in the day when money play was big online .. and all the denials that the software could rig the game. I have played around with the enhanced dice in GG, amazing how well it works. As you say, you can't lose when you're under 1750 and the enhanced dice are on. And really, if you didn't know the dice were rigged, you couldn't prove it.
Thanks for doing this .. you're providing a great service to online backgammon players everywhere ..
if you didn't know the dice were rigged, you couldn't prove it.
The cutoff rating has actually been changed to 1650 . So if you have achieved 1750 u are doing pretty good. But i don't believe you play at 1750 level based on your comments i would guess you are a 1500-1600 player at best, More likely 1450 if playing with real random dice.billyjo wrote: ↑Sat May 22, 2021 7:02 pmAfter spending some time with your interface during the pandemic. I have concluded that you are full of it, Mr. Greedy. Your interface does cheat for the player until 1750, but after that, it cheats against you. It's a free service so who cares. We've got Gnu and other interfaces to play. But you aren't fooling anybody. I do appreciate the explanation as to the cheating mechanism. Don't appreciate the misrepresentation of your interface ...