Definitions for "Inner Board"
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(also called home board) the last quadrant of the board through which a player's checkers move before leaving the board, and where all checkers must be located before any are borne Jacoby rule Optionally, players may agree that gammons and backgammons do not count extra in undoubled games. make a point bring two or more checkers to a space, thereby controlling that space and keeping the opponent off it match a series of games played to an agreed point total, where one point is the value of winning an undoubled game match point the final point needed to win a match; a player is at match point when he or she needs one more point to win
The part of the board nearest to the end where you take your men off the board. This is the part of the board numbered 1-6 (the Inner table, Infield or Home Board).