Checkers online free draughts

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Checkers or draughts is the name of several different board games. All of these games are similar. In every kind of checkers, the other player's pieces can be taken by being "jumped" over."Checkers" is the American name. In British English, and in various other English-speaking nations, these games are called "draughts." In Russia this game is called “shashki”.Checkers are known worldwide. There are a lot of varieties of this game. You can play Russian draughts (shashki), International draughts, Pool checkers, Canadian draughts, English draughts, Spanish draughts, German dame and many other variants. They differ in board size and the number of pieces used in the game of checkers.Key features:- ten game modes (Russian (shashki), International, Canadian, Spanish, Brazilian, Italian, English, German dame, Pool checkers, suicide checkers (poddavki), corners)- strong AI (7 levels of difficulty)- play with friends on one device (hot seat)- play online with friends or random opponents via Google Play Game Services- detailed statistics for single player- leaderboard with daily, weekly and global top for multiplayer- 2D and 3D display mode- a huge number of different checkers boards, among which everyone will find something suitable- more than 30 achievements, covering both singleplayer and multiplayer- you can undo and redo any number of moves- detailed notation of the match (chess style or checkers style)- the ability to export or import a match to / from FEN or PDN file(s)- board editor will allow you to make any situation on the checkerboard There are different by the board size, number of pieces on the checkerboard and the rules of the game, types. The best known are Russian shashki, English, German dame, Spanish Checkers (12 pieces on 8x8 checkerboard), French, Polish (20 pieces on 10x10 checkerboard), Canadian (30 pieces on 12x12 checkerboard). In the 19th century held first national checkers championships in many countries. The most popular were French checkers, later they became international. Russian shashki also have a big community.In our application, you can play:- International draughts. 10x10 board, 20 pieces per side, white move first, a sequence must capture the maximum possible number of pieces, flying kings, men can capture backwards.- Russian draughts (shashki). 8x8 board, 12 pieces per side, white move first, any sequence may be chosen, as long as all possible captures are made, flying kings, men can capture backwards.- Canadian draughts. 12x12 board, 30 pieces per side, white move first, a sequence must capture the maximum possible number of pieces, flying kings, men can capture backwards.- Pool checkers. 8x8 board, 12 pieces per side, black move first, any sequence may be chosen, as long as all possible captures are made, flying kings, men can capture backwards.- Brazilian draughts. 8x8 board, 12 pieces per side, white move first, a sequence must capture the maximum possible number of pieces, flying kings, men can capture backwards.- English draughts. 8x8 board, 12 pieces per side, black move first, any sequence may be chosen, as long as all possible captures are made, no flying kings, men can’t capture backwards.- Italian draughts. 8x8 board, 12 pieces per side, white move first, If multiple capture sequences are available, one must select the sequence that captures the most pieces. If more than one sequence qualifies, one must capture with a king instead of a man. If more than one sequence qualifies, one must select the sequence that captures the most number of kings. If there are still more sequences, one must select the sequence that captures a king first, no flying kings, men can’t capture backwards.- Suicide checkers (poddavki). Russian draughts (shashki) rules. The winner is the first player to have no legal move: that is, all of whose pieces are lost or blocked.