The dama board consists of 64 equally-sized cells and every player has 16 colored pawns.
Killing a pawn in the game is mandatory, and a player must kill the maximum number of pawns on their path, regardless if the pawn is a king or not.
A pawn becomes king once it reaches the last row in the board from the opponent side. A king pawn can move in any direction (horizontal or vertical but not diagonal) and it is able to kill more than one pawn on its way regardless of the number of steps.
The game result is considered a draw once the game ends between the players with each of them having 1 king pawn or 15 pawns.
The game ends when one of the players kills all of the opponent's pawns.