(1) (in play) use an entry; transfer the lead to the opposite hand.(2) (in bidding) after the opponents have opened the bidding, for the first time for your side bid, or suggest with a takeout double that partner bid, after the opponents have bid.(3) (in a tournament) participate.
Entering means to re-enter a checker from the bar into your opponent's home board and then back into the game.
To move a checker that has been hit from the bar onto the opponent's home board according to the numbers of the roll of the dice.
To move a checker that has been hit from the bar to your opponentâ€(tm)s home board, bringing it back into play.
To take a checker down from the bar to the opponent's home board. When you have 2 or more checkers on the board you can't continue the game until you have entered them all to the opponent's home board.
AKA. Come In to move one's checker from the bar onto one's opponent's home board, provided that there is an open point. A player must enter all of their checkers before any other move may be made.
Come back to the game from the bar.
To move a checker from a bar to opponent's home board on a free point according to dice combination. If there are any checkers on the bar, this is the first action to do.
The moving of a hit checker from the Bar, back onto an open-point on the opponents Home board. A player may not advance his checkers around the board until all pieces have been removed from the bar and returned to play.