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You want to setup a Backgammon server? You need an AI that is able to handle interrupted games, works as a tutor or house bot? Take a look at BGBlitz server, chosen by Play65, GammonEmpire, PartyGammon, TMG, 888.com, come2play, Beach Bum and others as AI.

What are the advantages of BGBlitz server?

  • BGBlitz server is easy to use. Very simple self descriptive XML or JSON files send over a TCP/IP-socket. Can be called from any programming language / operating system.
  • BGBlitz runs on any operating system providing a Java 1.8 or higher.
  • BGBlitz supports naturally multiple CPUs.
  • Running as a separate process guarantees that there is no influence of BGBlitz on your software and vice verse. Just give a thought what a small error in a self developed AI-dll/dynamic library could mean for the stability of your server and vice verse!
  • You can easily scale to the load. Just add another box or CPU with BGBlitz server running on and you can handle twice the requests.
  • BGBlitz server is stable. It runs 24x7 without problems, even under very heavy load.
  • BGBlitz is fast. It can evaluate on a recent CPU (e.g Ryzen 9 3900x) about 2,800,000 positions per second.
  • BGBlitz server is running for 15+ years on several servers with only 2 minor and quickly fixed issues, so you have no risk, that a solution with BGBlitz might not work or might not be stable. There are also some special features that take into account behaviour of unfair players trying to exploit the settlement algorithm.
  • BGBlitz server is very affordable. Just calculate how many days your developers need to come up with a similar solution. You can host BGBlitz servers yourself with a enterprise license (price on application) or rent a server for 85€/month (discounts for further instances).
  • Additional requirements that go beyond small changes can be developed for you for reasonable fees.
Does this sound interesting? I bet it does...