If you are tired of the old rules of Chinese Checkers, you will be pleased to know that there are now many variations of the classic game. One Ez of the most popular is to play with teams; this variation of Chinese cheaters can be played with teams of up to twelve players paired in teams of either two, four, six or eight. There are also single player versions of Chinese Checkers that are very simple and easy to learn. The Starbuck 88 rules of Chinese Checkers can also be changed so that it can be adapted to any number of players, even to a whole team of Chinese cheaters.
A variation on Chinese cheaters is the variation in which there is only one player on each side. In such a case, there is no need to keep track of who has been checked by whom, nor does the game require that the players work together in any way. Instead, each player receives one point for each successfully completed square where the player has either blocked the checker with his/her tile or received the checker’s tile without completing a square. The game is then over after a player has received five points.
In another variation of Chinese Checkers, each player receives one point when a player executes a jump. A jump can only be executed if the opponent’s last two tiles are either a group of three or a single tile adjacent to a group of two. If the player executes a jump during the execution of the jump, the player receives one point.