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I think you and your opponent should set the rules of how you want to play. I have heard of both ways of play. I have to admit that we use to refer to it as "I blow your man for not taking your jump." and then remove the their man from the board. However, all of the professional checker player ...

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I found a somewhat rambling, gossippy blog about Stilwell in the 40s & 50s. From what I could decipher... Checkertown was the nickname for a Chevrolet dealership on S. 2nd Street, near the present location of Ted's Lumber. It was called that because the original building had a checkboard-like ...

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Just a thought, but have you tried the grocery store? Maybe Wal-Mart?
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