Stavropol Checkers is a Russian variant of Checkers with shared pieces. Players take turns. A player moves one piece of either his or the opponent's colour according to the rules for a piece of that colour. Forced moves (captures) take precedence.
It follows from the rules that pieces of one colour can move several times without intermediary moves of pieces of the other colour. It also follows that, if the only forced move on the board is a capture of your own piece by an opponent's piece, you must do that and capture your own piece.
The goal of the game is to capture or block all the pieces of the opponent's colour, as in ordinary Checkers.
The name comes from the city of Stavropol which has been renamed to Tolyatti later.