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English draughts (British English) or checkers (American English; see spelling differences), also called American checkers or straight checkers, is a form of the strategy board game draughts. It is played on an 8×8 chequered board with 12 pieces per side.How do Kings move in checkers?
Checkers King Moves. While kings are only limited to diagonal movements, they are allowed to move forward and backward, as opposed to regular checkers pieces, which can only move forward. Kings can also make jumps in several different directions–forward or backward–within a single turn.What is King in checkers?
The checkers king is simply defined as a checker piece that has already managed to reach the king row of the opponent. The King Row is the first row from the opponents perspective or the farthest row from the attacking player. Reaching this row allows a regular piece to become promoted to a checkers king.