10x10 Draughts

Welcome to http://10x10.org, a site dedicated to the game of international draughts.

New analysis layout
New analysis layout The layout of the analysis has been updated. Now an improved javascript board is used that uses SVG images. Due to this the page can be scaled without affecting the quality of the images. Also the move animations are smoother. Take a look at the analyses of the most recent Dutch championship converted to the new layout: rounds 1-4, rounds 5-8, rounds 9-11, rounds 12-13 and the barrages. The changes have been realized using the open source library cm-chessboard, which is greatly appreciated. Feedback is welcome!
Dutch Championship 2020 Kraggenburg
Dutch Championship 2020 Kraggenburg The Dutch championship 2020 was won by Jan Groenendijk. Together with Alexander Baliakin he scored 19 points in 13 games, followed by Roel Boomstra and Wouter Sipma with 17 points. Groenendijk won the rapid barrage against Baliakin with 3-1, while Boomstra did the same against Sipma. Note that this tournament was delayed until 2021 due to the pandemic. See Toernooibase for the final standings. Take a look at some highlights of rounds 1-4, rounds 5-8, rounds 9-11, rounds 12-13 and the barrages.
Belarus Championship 2021
Belarus The Championship of Belarus was won by the young Heorhi Vydzerka, 3 points ahead of Uladzislau Valjuk, and 5 points ahead of the grandmasters Sergej Nosevitch and Alexander Bulatov. See Toernooibase for the final standings. Take a look at some highlights of the games.
Killer draughts: 119 classical 10x10 positions
Killer Draughts Killer draughts is a slight variation to international draughts that is intended to decrease the drawing rate. In this article one can find a comparison of the result for 119 classical 10x10 positions. With the normal rules only 6% end in a decision, while with the killer rules this goes up to 48%.