Alternate turns with your opponent moving checkers toward your home in the upper right hand quadrant of the backgammon board. Move checkers by rolling the dice. The numbers on the dice refer to how many spaces you may move with one or more checkers. Highlights show you where the checkers can possibly move. If you roll doubles, you get to move each die twice, concluding in four moves for that turn. You may move your checkers onto any Point so long as it is occupied by your checkers, is empty, or has 1 opponent checker. You may not move your checkers onto a Point with two or more opponent checkers. If you land on a Point with one opponent checker, you knock the opponent's checker off the board and send it back to the beginning. The opponent must now roll and move into an empty spot in your home territory to get that checker back into gameplay. They may not move any other checkers until that knocked off checker is returned. Beware though! Leaving your checkers open with only one on a point leaves them open to be knocked off by your opponent as well!. Computer Backgammon - Free Brain Game. This free computer Backgammon game is a fun brain training exercise. Backgammon trains concentration and strategic thinking. To begin, click the Small, Medium, or Large link or Very Large button under the picture. Note: The HTML5/Mobile version works on desktop computers, tablets, and phones.. 247 Backgammon Online - Instructions. Backgammon checkers are also known as draughts, stones, men, counters, pawns, discs, pips, or chips. All brain games on this website, including this one, are free to play anytime. If you like this backgammon online game, you might enjoy the other free Board Games on this site, such as Mancala, Easy Chess,.