Big Shot Checkers

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Big Shot Checkers Game Online - Play Free Big Shot Checker Game

Checkers with a huge twist, the Big Shot. The Big Shot is a special piece each player got which can always move forward or backward. But, not only that, this super piece can also swap places with any of your pieces next to it, as long as you don't have any captures you've got to do. Have Fun!

Play Big Shot Checkers game online today

Do you think you are a big shot, and do you also like to play a free online game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our Big Shot Checkers game online right now. Am I right? ;)

How to play Big Shot Checkers online

Use your mouse to play this fun online game. There are three ways to win: 1. Capture all of your opponent's pieces. 2. Block in your opponent so they have no moves left. 3. Get your Big Shot to king row. Regular pieces can move only forward. If you're able to jump over an opponent's piece and capture it, you've got to do it. Get a piece to king row, and it becomes a king, which can move forward or backward. Your Big Shot piece is your most valuable as it can always move back and forward, and even swap places with any of your pieces next to it.

What is a Big Shot

With the term Big Shot we refer to an important or influential person. In the USA the term gained popularity in the late 1920s, and the term appeared everywhere, i.e. in April 1930 the Lincoln Star of Nebraska remarked: "Unless the memory play us a trick, Al Capone is the 'big shot' of Chicago gangland.". The phrase has some negative overtones, i.e. yeah the person has a posiion of power/influence, but also a big ego head. Billy Joel cashed in on the term back in the late 70s. It has the second hit single from his 1978 album '52nd Street'. The song was released in early 1979 as a single, and soon became a top 20 hit, peaking at #14. The song is superficially about the protagonist mocking a woman with a severe hangover about her intoxicated escapades around town, making numerous social and verbal faux pas while high on alcohol and drugs. Today this song is frequently played at classic rock radio stations all over the country.

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