Checkers is a classic two-player board game. To win the game, players must strategically move their pieces to capture their opponent’s pieces and be the last one standing.
Checkers is a game of strategy, requiring thoughtful moves from both players. Each player starts the game with 12 pieces, placed on the 12 dark squares of the game board. The game board has 64 alternating dark and light squares. Players move their pieces diagonally, one square at a time. If a player successfully moves a piece to the opposite side of the board, that piece is promoted to a king, and is allowed to move both forwards and backwards. A player can capture an opponent’s pieces by jumping over them, provided they land on an empty square. The last player with pieces left on the board is the winner.
Checkers is a game that can be enjoyed by all ages, requiring a combination of luck and skill. Players must be aware of their opponent’s pieces, and make calculated moves to outwit their opponent. It can be played in a relaxed manner, or as a fiercely contested battle of wits.