Ken Larsen's Backgammon - BLITZ tactic
If you have the better home board and your opponent has no anchor, then attack his checkers in your home board. This particularly applies if your opponent has a lone rear checker. A lone rear checker is like wildebeest crossing a crocodile infested river. Lone wildebeest become targets. Don't let them catch up to the herd.
· Making the 20-point anchor is 0.118 worse.