Broadcast on November 16, 2020
Use only 32 dark squares on 8 x 8 board
Two players with 12 pieces each
Player who has all pieces captured by the opponent loses.
Player whose pieces are trapped by the opponent loses.
Player may end in a draw by mutual consent or by a set of rules (e.g position repeated three times).
Kyar Bayin (Mandalay)
Kyar Ba Nyein (Assistant / also Champion Boxer / Evangelist of Myanmar Boxing and Martial Arts)
Player who has all the pieces captured by the opponent wins
Fun / Trick play
Player with 12 pieces forces the opponent with a single piece to capture all its pieces and wins!
AI / Artificial Intelligence
Arthur Samuel (IBM) developed a Checkers playing program and a data base. Learning from mistakes, the program improved and eventually beat a human player.
Origin / Game from Middle East