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The Classic Checkers board game is also called English draughts, American checkers or Straight checkers. A classic checker game is played on an 8X8 square board (with 64 total squares) with 12 checker pieces on each side. The checker pieces move and capture diagonally. They may only move forward until they reach the opposite end of the checker board, when the checker pieces are crowned and may thereafter move and capture both backward and forward. All forms of classic checkers is played by two opponents, alternating moves on opposite sides of the checkers board. The checker pieces are traditionally black, red, or white. Enemy checker pieces are captured by jumping over them. If you or your opponent's touched the base line with a stone, this stone turns into a super checker and can then also move backwards. The checker piece can only move one space. Whoever is the first to be unable to make any moves or has no more stones loses the game. Have Fun!
Are you good at checkers? It is a couple different levels to this video game, so whether you are an expert or rookie, there should be a level suited for you. If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play a free classic checkers video game online. Am I right? ;)
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The board game Checkers goes back to the 10th or 11 century and evolved from Chess. Since then, the game has developed further. For example, Checkers has been played in a way where the beating of stones was mandatory since the 16th century. If you were to overlook this, this is counted as an error and the corresponding game piece is removed from the game. Checkers calls for you to think of several moves in advance - much like in Chess. Of course, Checkers is far more simple, which is why the first computer game version of Checkers was programmed in the year 1952 already.
The first Checkers video game was written by Christopher Strachey, M.A. at the National Physical Laboratory, London. Strachey finished the video game, written in his spare time, in February 1951. The Checkers video game ran for the first time on NPL's Pilot ACE on 30 July 1951. He soon modified the video game to run on the Manchester Mark 1. The second Checkers video game was written in 1956 by Art Sam, a researcher from IBM. Other than this classic Checker game being one of the most complicated video games written at the time, it is also well known for being one of the first adaptive video games. The Art Sam Checker Video game learned by playing Checker games against modified versions of itself, with the victorious versions surviving. Samuel's video game was far from mastering Checkers, although one win against a blind checkers master gave the general public the impression that the video game was very good. . If you want to play more checkers games online we recommend you to visit PlayBoardGameOnline.com. PlayBoardGameOnline.com is website that specialize in fun online board games.