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Vol. 6, No. 6
Issue 32 in Oct. 1982
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Checker Out

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Standard checkers rules apply: If a jump is possible,
it must be taken.  If two jumps are possible, either
may be taken, even if one is a multiple jump and the
other isn't.  Crowning a king ends a turn.  The game
is won either by capturing all of the opponent's
pieces or by leaving your opponent unable to move.
....................................- John R. Gibson
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Finger pointing down
from darrell94590 on 1/2/2006
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Drawing from Ripleys-Believe It Or No
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