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?
What is the term for a stalemate in Checkers? What are the official conditions for a "no winner game"?
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!
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...