Pawns can make linear moves and all pieces can jump only orthogonally.
(*) It is mandatory to capture as many pieces (as one multi-jump) as possible.
(**) It is mandatory to capture the maximum possible amount of promoted pieces.
(***) It is mandatory to capture with a promoted piece if possible.
Czech Checkers differs from the standard Checkers by the queen (similar to a king in Checkers) movement. When a pawn reaches the last row, it turns to a queen immediately and the queen can move and any spaces diagonally. It can also jump over an enemy's piece any spaces diagonally and make multiple jumps. Moreover, a queen does not have to land directly behind the captured piece, it can choose (when jumping) any other empty square in the line but does not have to jump over two or more pieces at once. The following picture shows a multiple jump made by the white queen (before and after the move):
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