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How to Play Chinese Checkers

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Learn the rules to the board game Chinese Checkers quickly and concisely – This visually rich video has no distractions, just the rules.

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RULES:

The object of the game is to be the first to player to move all ten pegs across the board and into the triangle opposite. The first player to occupy all 10 destination holes is the winner. Setup: Each player picks a color and puts the matching colored pegs in the corresponding triangle. In a two-player game, players must pick opposite triangles. In a 3 player game, players starting positions are every other triangle. In a 4-player game, players pick two opposing pairs of triangles. In a 6-player game all the triangles will be used.

Pick a player to go first, then play proceeds clockwise. On your turn you must move a single peg of your own color to an adjacent space or hop an adjacent peg to an empty space directly on the other side. You are allowed to string together multiple hops in one turn. You may hope any peg, including your own, so long as the hop is in a straight line, you may change directions after each hop. You may not hop to the side of a peg and you may not hop two pegs in one jump.

Pegs are never removed from the board and can move in any direction. However, once a peg has reached the opposite triangle, it may not be moved out of the triangle – only within the triangle. You may only land a peg in your own triangle and the triangle directly opposite you. You may hop through another triangle so long as you don’t end your turn in that triangle.

The first player to get all his pegs to the opposite triangle wins. If one or more of the holes in the destination triangle contain a peg belonging to another player, this does not prevent a player from winning. The game is simply won when all the available spots within the triangle are occupied with his pegs.

127 Comments

  1. i basically just want a high quality carved chinese checkers board and marbles as a pretty accessory for my room. XD

  2. You know whats the only board game with an illuminati in it?

    "Chinese Checkers"

  3. This is checker, but more complicated.

  4. Thank you. It's been a long time since I have played this game. I needed to go back over the rules because somebody asked me to play with them. You were very helpful.

  5. Fun Fact: This game was made by Germans

  6. I just got my first Chinese Checkers Game and had no clue how to play it. This tutorial was very helpful and quick, thank you 😊

  7. Chinese checkers are pretty easy xD, I have learned chess and checkers rn. I'll be finding more ^^

  8. Why is it always this dude teaching checkers… He must love checkers

  9. Remember, in a five player game the universe divides by zero instantly resets. For the sake of everything in existence please do not attempt this

  10. Excellent explanation, clear and to the point. Thank you!

  11. What the? This isn't chinese checkers. This isn't even normal checkers!

  12. I loved to play this as a kid.
    Surprisingly easy and fun to learn.

  13. We grew up with the rule where you can jump over more than 1 peg if it's in a line…. Hubby just got triggered when he saw us play like this. Found this video to clear up the rules

  14. You can do anything you want to do because you can mine work

  15. Resistance child park in taking taking Nathan and the gang yes sister go to the ES system yes Portz we play

  16. Are those supposed to be in same area? Or they can be separated in different places?

  17. How do you start to move the pigs do use a dice and count and then take turns or how do you choose how to play it

  18. Beautifully taught. Short , crisp and understandable.

  19. One of my friends always leaves a peg in his triangle.

  20. I grew up playing this super old one at my grandpas house in the 90s and now I’m trying to explain it to my 6 year old lol

  21. Did not specify how to end the game or to win if the opponents are occupying a space in the opposed triangle and you cannot get all yours in did not specify that you can remove their pieces with yours if there is no other move to make

  22. I used to play this game a lot when I was a kid in China. It is a fun game, not intensive like chess or go.

  23. now bring back every body in the center…get them to elect 6 color boss plus a new color sector…because soon we will repaint the board with organic paint…go ahead laugh…this is a educational tool for the mind…I connect this game of my youth with tic tac toe and the Go game…AlphaGo…go see it if you never saw it…and learn go also…I never play the game…but when I saw the documentary…and learn about go more and more…I do not look at China the same way anymore…you wont either.

  24. Great Video! (Jesimiel Millar Fernåndez) 1M1K389

  25. Chal be bhindi ke beej. Humne na sikha sikhave. Rohtak ke se hum.

  26. I'm really sure you can build it yourself. I did this 2 weeks ago thanks to the woodglut plans.

  27. i used to play this with my grandma as a kid…i kinda forgot how it works, thanks for the knowledge and nostalgia

  28. What happens if someone hops over do go back to the trinagle we came from

  29. Do the Chinese actually call this game “Chinese Checkers”?

  30. They.need.to.have.different.difficulty.levels.on.a.device.

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