Crowded Checkers is a variant of regular American Checkers.

The rules are exactly the same as regular checkers.  The only differences are in the size of the board and the number of pieces allotted--it is played on a bigger game board (10x10 instead of 8x8), and there are more pieces (20 for each player instead of 12).

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This game (dammen in Dutch) is primarily popular, and played at professional level, in Russia and the surrounding republics, in the Netherlands, Belgium and France, and in Western Africa (Senegal, Mali).

On March 13, 2001, the Russian Alexei Chizhov won the world championship for the 9th time in his career, by winning the championship tournament, held in Moscow; the decision only fell in the last round.

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