We played Perudo last night for the first time for years. We used to play it a lot but somehow we got out of the habit.

I’d forgotten how much I enjoy playing it. I may, of course, be slightly biased because I won the three games that we played.

Hope we play it again soon.

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  1. Just to let you know that from today you can play Perudo Online! And it looks real good too :-)Here is the news release by PRWEB:London, UK (PRWEB) February 9, 2007 — Backgammon Masters is the first game company in history to create an online version of the Spanish dice game Perudo. In the tradition of their graphically rich online backgammon game software, Backgammon Masters has launched Perudo, a new additional game created in the same high standards as their ever-popular online backgammon software.Perudo, with roots originating in South America and popularized in early Spanish History, is also known around the world as “Liar’s Dice.” Perudo fans all over the world, especially the Latin ones, have been anticipating this day ever since the first die was rolled online.Backgammon Masters provides its absolutely free, fun version of Perudo in the form of another game room which you can enter through the Game Lobby of their backgammon software. Now Perudo fans from all over and newbies to the game can login and play at tables of up to 5 players in an unlimited amount of tables.With its attractive sound effects, 3D graphics and true-to-life avatars, the online Perudo game experience is fast-paced, and often hilarious. Why hilarious? It’s the bluffing element of the game that has players fooling each other, making unbelievable claims as to which dice are in their hands. There may not be any guns and shooting in this game, but the game is most definitely action-packed. Perudo gives bluffing a whole new meaning, the object of the game is to be the last player with dice on the table, even if you have to lie to get there.If you’re already a Backgammon Masters player, you can login in now and get hooked on a new game just like the hundreds of other players losing track of time with Perudo. If not a member, the software is available now for free download at

  2. We are playing Perudo for the first time and we can’t understand if we have to keep going round bidding until someone says Dudo! Or do we just go round the players till we get the last player’s bid and then see if the last bid is accurate or not?
    HELP! We are going nuts arguing here!!!

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