Keeping in mind the force capture rule, how many kings is possible to have (of one colour) on the board at once in Checkers? What is the sequence leading up to this?
If your opponent is remarkably cooperative, you could, theoretically, get 12 kings on the board for your color.
Your opponent needs to open paths for you to get their back row in such a manner that you either do not get captured or can capture him on the way in.
I've had as many 8 in a game a couple times playing against a very not good opponent.