Spanish draughts is a variant of the draughts family. It is a two-handed game played on a board consisting of sixty-four squares, thirty-two white and thirty-two black. There are twenty-four pieces: twelve white and twelve black. The board is placed so that the rightmost square on both sides of the board is black.
The goal – to destroy all opponent’s checkers or “lock” them (ie. e. make it impossible to move).
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