On top of the backgammon's rules, there are 2 added rules:
You must move the higest checker of each point first.
You can't move a checker, if it has another checker on top of it.
Theres a 5 checker limmit per point.
In the field positions, you can only stack five checkers per point.¿WTF?
The five checkers rule is often addressed when a new player finds out about Abak. You may be thinking: this rule does not belong to Backgammon. Why would anyone on its right senses like to play with this rule? Here is the Answer: