# Can you jump your own pieces in checkers?

In international checkers, you can never jump over your own pieces. Checkers and Kings jump differently, as described below. Jumping with a Checker A regular checker can capture an opponent's checker or King by jumping over it. A checker can jump on a forward or backward diagonal.

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## Can you jump your own pieces in American checkers?

The player can never jump over, even without capturing, one of the player's own pieces. A player cannot jump the same piece twice.

## What are the rules for jumping in checkers?

You Must Jump if Possible If a jump is available for one of your pieces, you must make that jump. If more jumps are available with that same piece, you must continue to jump with it until it can jump no more. To make the second and third jump with a piece, you do not need to click that piece again.

## Can you jump your own pieces in Chinese checkers?

The player can jump over their own pieces, or over the pieces of any of the other players. Each jump in a string of multiple jumps must jump only one adjacent piece landing in an empty hole.

## Can you jump over multiple pieces in checkers?

Only one piece may be captured in a single jump; however, multiple jumps are allowed during a single turn.

## Can you jump your own pieces in American checkers?

The player can never jump over, even without capturing, one of the player's own pieces. A player cannot jump the same piece twice.

## What jumps are allowed in checkers?

A King can move in any direction and 'jump' in any direction one or more pieces, as the limits of the board permit. The King can only jump diagonally over one adjacent piece at a time, in any of the four diagonal directions. Multiple jumps apply to kings as well. A clock is used to limit the length of a game.

## Can you jump over multiple pieces in checkers?

Only one piece may be captured in a single jump; however, multiple jumps are allowed during a single turn.

## Can you jump your own pieces in Chinese checkers?

The player can jump over their own pieces, or over the pieces of any of the other players. Each jump in a string of multiple jumps must jump only one adjacent piece landing in an empty hole.

## Can you jump own piece in checkers?

In international checkers, you can never jump over your own pieces. Checkers and Kings jump differently, as described below. Jumping with a Checker A regular checker can capture an opponent's checker or King by jumping over it. A checker can jump on a forward or backward diagonal.

## What jumps are allowed in checkers?

A King can move in any direction and 'jump' in any direction one or more pieces, as the limits of the board permit. The King can only jump diagonally over one adjacent piece at a time, in any of the four diagonal directions. Multiple jumps apply to kings as well. A clock is used to limit the length of a game.

## What are the official checkers rules?

## How many people can you jump in checkers?

You can only jump one square at a time unless capturing a piece, in which case two squares will be jumped. You cannot jump over two consecutively positioned pieces. Players will alternate turns to move.

## Can you jump someone on the edge of the board in checkers?

Keep your back row until most of your opponents checkers are lined up in front of them. Then you can jump a lot of pieces! When your pieces are on an edge of the board, they can't be jumped.

## Can you jump more than one piece in checkers?

Single jump move: A player captures an opponent's piece by jumping over it, diagonally, to an adjacent vacant dark square. The opponent's captured piece is removed from the board. The player can never jump over, even without capturing, one of the player's own pieces. A player cannot jump the same piece twice.

## Is forced jump a rule in checkers?

Regular checkers ("men") may only move forward one square diagonally (Figure 2), and may likewise only capture ("jump") forward. ... The forced-jump rule forms the basis of all tactics in the game of checkers, as it allows one player to control the tempo of the game and thus the position on the board.

## Can you jump over your own piece in checkers?

In international checkers, you can never jump over your own pieces. Checkers and Kings jump differently, as described below. Jumping with a Checker A regular checker can capture an opponent's checker or King by jumping over it. A checker can jump on a forward or backward diagonal.

## Can you jump over your own marble in Chinese checkers?

A player can jump over any color of marble including her own. Unlike traditional checkers, marbles that are jumped over are not removed from the playing board.

## What jumps are allowed in checkers?

A King can move in any direction and 'jump' in any direction one or more pieces, as the limits of the board permit. The King can only jump diagonally over one adjacent piece at a time, in any of the four diagonal directions. Multiple jumps apply to kings as well. A clock is used to limit the length of a game.

## Can you jump over multiple checkers?

Multiple jumps are allowed on a single turn. When a piece is jumped (“captured”), it is removed from the board and is now out of play. A player must make a jump if one presents itself.

## Can you jump over 3 pieces in Checkers?

Capturing two opposing pieces in a turn is called a double jump, capturing three pieces in a turn is a triple jump , and so on. If you have a choice of jumps, you may choose among them, regardless of whether they are multiple or not.

## How many checker pieces can you jump over?

You can only jump one square at a time unless capturing a piece, in which case two squares will be jumped. You cannot jump over two consecutively positioned pieces. Players will alternate turns to move.

## Can you jump over multiple pieces in Chinese checkers?

On a player's turn they must move only one piece. The move may consist of moving one piece into the adjacent empty hole, the piece may jump over one adjacent piece into a empty hole, or can make two or more multiple jumps. The player can jump over their own pieces, or over the pieces of any of the other players.