Tuesday, June 28, 2011


Checkers is played on the dark squares only. A piece may move one square at a time, diagonally. If one of your pieces is next to one of your opponent’s pieces and the square beyond it is free, you are required to jump over the opponent’s piece. The opponent’s piece is then removed from the board. It is possible to jump many times in a row with the same piece, capturing several of your opponent’s pieces.

My little girls love to play those although it is not really playing. She just thought that when she can move a piece she wins already. It is cute though. This is the first time that she has seen checkers.


☆♥Shydub♥☆ said...

kadako sa checker, does she know how to play those? mura mn ug korek

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