Turkey has its own version of checkers called Dama.
A checker is made a king when it reaches the back row, just like in regular checkers. In Dama, the king can move any number of squares while the others can only move forewords or sideways by one.
Whenever a piece is positioned to capture another, the piece that just moved automatically takes the other.
But you don’t really need to know the rules to watch this player get schooled by an old-timer who looks to be screwed early on.
The older player appears to have set a trap for his opponent, sacrificing all of his pieces to position his opponent’s pieces for capture in one turn.