Is it possible to have a stalemate in Checkers?
There is no such term, because there is no such thing as a stalemate in checkers. The very rule you cited states that, in checkers, if one player cannot make a legal move, the other player wins.
What are the rules for checkers?
The opponent with the darker pieces moves first. Pieces may only move one diagonal space forward (towards their opponents pieces) in the beginning of the game. Pieces must stay on the dark squares. To capture an opposing piece, "jump" over it by moving two diagonal spaces in the direction of the the opposing piece.
Do you have to make a move in checkers?
Rules of the Game Moves are allowed only on the dark squares, so pieces always move diagonally. Single pieces are always limited to forward moves (toward the opponent).
Can you skip a turn in checkers?
The object of the game is to capture all of your opponent's checkers or position your pieces so that your opponent has no available moves. Basic movement is to move a checker one space diagonally forward. You can not move a checker backwards until it becomes a King, as described below.