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Lumberjack. Pieces move depending on the column they are on. (8x8, Cells: 64) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
H. G. Muller wrote on Fri, Mar 8 08:20 AM UTC in reply to adella hardy from 08:07 AM:

(pa)mF would do it, where you can limit the number of jumps by putting a umber behind the parentheses. The jumps would not capture, though; to do that you would need (ca)mF.

The Diagram is designed for chess variants, though, not for checkers. Subtle checkers rules, such that you cannot jump over the same piece twice, cannot be implemented.