Giant Size Outdoor Draughts Checkers Game Set w/Mat 3x3m
Giant checkers is the perfect game for fun outdoor activities and parties. It is very easy to carry and you can enjoy this game in your backyard, lawn or at parks near you. The pieces of giant checkers are made of very strong and durable materials, which makes them waterproof, UV protected and stable in all weather conditions. So, you can be sure about having this larger than life game for a long time. The Giant Checkers set can withstand any outdoor elements and retain its original colour.
The Giant Checkers set is also very light in weight. Each of the pieces can be moved quite easily to ensure that you have the most convenient flow of play. With Giant Checkers you can make some amazing memories with family and friends that can last for a life time.
Giant Checkers Includes:
12 black checkers pieces & 12 checkers white pieces (each checkers piece is 9cm high with a base diameter of 25 cm)
6 plastic rods for making kings
3 m x 3 m nylon mat
For Ages 3+ Years.
How to Play Giant Checkers:
Giant Checkers is a very simple game and you can really enjoy this game once you know how to play. To begin the game, players have to decide who will play first. This can be done by a simple coin toss or by any other method agreed by the players. Whoever goes first will have to take the black coloured checkers while the other player takes the white coloured checkers.
Before you set up the mat make sure that both the players have the light-coloured square check on their respective right-hand side. All the giant checkers pieces are placed on the dark coloured square occupying the bottom three rows. The checkers may only move in diagonal directions on the dark side.
The player with the black checkers will always move first. The aim of the game is to capture your opponent’s checker by hoping or jumping over with your checker’s piece. It is important to note that, to make this move the opponent’s square box has to be empty. If you have the opportunity to jump your opponent’s checker, then you have to take it. If there are multiple opportunity then you can choose which one to take. You can only move forward once but if there are empty spaces following the capture then you have to continue until you can’t capture any more of your opponent’s checkers.