Is a player in checkers required to take a jump if one is available? What about a double or triple jump if that is available?
In traditional draughts, the rules written on our copy of the game say a king can take in any direction even if there are empty spaces between the king and the piece it will take. Is this right? Even ...
In checkers, what is supposed to happen when a piece gets to the other side of the board and becomes a king? Does the move end? Can the piece continue to skip in the same turn it becomes a king? Can ...
What is the term for a stalemate in Checkers? What are the official conditions for a "no winner game"?
I know someone who played checkers with a guy, and he plays with non-standard rules. People he plays with have their own rules, in this case, he played where the kinged checkers piece can jump ...
Possible Duplicate: What is the term for a stalemate in Checkers? I was going to post this in StackOverflow, when I realized it really has nothing to do with programming. If it has a better ...
I have never heard of one; but I don't know where to look to make sure. This is something I've been wondering for a long time!