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International Draughts

Period

Modern

Region

Worldwide

Description

Also known as Polish draughts. Played on a 10x10 board with 20 pieces per player. Pieces move diagonally one or can jump an opponent's adjacent player to capture it. Pieces can move forward or backwards. When a piece reaches the opposite edge of the board from its starting position, it becomes a king and can may move and jump over any number of spaces diagonally. Captures are compulsory and the maximum number of jumps must be made. Winning is achieved by capturing all the opponent's pieces or by blocking them from moving.

Rules

Origin

Ludeme Description

International Draughts.lud

Variants

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