Checkers: American We've got American checkers, also known as British Draughts (KX), and some variations: Pro Checkers (KP), Anti-Checkers (KA), Sparse Checkers (KS), Crowded Checkers (KC), and Mule Checkers (KM).
Look in the menu column on the left side of the screen. Near the top under 'Play' you will see 'Start Game.' Click 'Start Game' and you will see a page where you choose what game you want to play. If you choose checkers, a game board will appear. You will be Red, and you will have the option of making your first move at that time. To move, clicking on a piece; then click on a place to move it to; then click 'Submit' beneath the game board.
If it is your turn, you will see blue outlines around the checkers that your opponent moved in his last turn.
To begin your turn, click a checker that you want to move. Remember, if a jump is available, you must take it. After you click a checker that you want to move, a new page will appear showing that checker with a red outline. Now, click the space to move that checker to. A new page will load showing the checker moved.
If you have made a jump and another jump is available with that same checker, you do not need to click the same checker again. Just click the next space that it will jump to.
When you are through, several Submit buttons will appear beneath the board. You must click a submit button to finish your move.
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