What happens when there is a stalemate in Checkers?
A condition like a stalemate in chess (where a player has no legal move to make) results in a loss for the player whose turn it is to move. There is no such term, because there is no such thing as a stalemate in checkers.
What happens if you have no move in checkers?
[Checkers is a board game played between two players, who alternate moves. The player who cannot move, because he has no pieces, or because all of his pieces are blocked, loses the game. Players can resign or agree to draws.] 1.
Are you forced to eat checkers?
On the English or American checkers mode, which is the one played on the website, kings can move either forward and backward, but one square only. It's also mandatory to eat whenever possible.
What are the rules for checkers?
The opponent with the darker pieces moves first. Pieces may only move one diagonal space forward (towards their opponents pieces) in the beginning of the game. Pieces must stay on the dark squares. To capture an opposing piece, "jump" over it by moving two diagonal spaces in the direction of the the opposing piece.