When hitting an opponent and leaving checkers open, the possibility that exists for him to hit you back on his next roll of the dice.
By hitting his opponent, a player gives him the opportunity to hit him on returning to the board from the bar.
A situation where, in hitting an opponent's checker, you leave him some rolls where he can hit you on his next turn.
When you hit a checker with yours and leave that point open as a blot your opponent can hit you back in a return shot.
When a player is hit and re-enters hitting one of the opponent's checkers.
hit an opponent will have on his next roll after being hit.