I love draughts (checkers), but in the past had one problem with them.
During my pedagody studies I had internship at the community day center. There was a draughts set, and of course kids were playing. Unfortunately it was a a source of many conflicts, because kids quarreled about rules. Can you capture backwards? How do you move King? What to do when someone forgets about capture? When piece is crowned? And so on and so forth. Kids’ doubts were partly fueled by the Internet. There were always someone who “played on the internet this way” and he was sure about “only right way” of playing.