Kamisado WC

Kamisado WC

£10

Kamisado is an abstract strategy board game for two players that’s played on an 8×8 multicoloured board invented by Peter Burley. Each player controls a set of eight octagonal dragon tower pieces. Each player’s set of dragon towers contains a tower to match each of the colours that appear on the squares of the board (i.e., a brown tower, a green tower, etc.). One player’s towers have gold dragons mounted on the top, while the other player’s towers are topped with black dragons. The player with the black dragons moves first and may choose any tower. From this point onwards, each player must move the dragon tower that matches the colour of the square that the opponent’s last move finished on. The object of the game is to reach your opponent’s Home Row with one of your dragon towers. The first player to achieve this goal is the winner of the round.

Tournament Format
Swiss Pairings, double round matches (ie players play as both colours in each round)
Rounds - 5
Time Control - 15 minutes per player for both games

Tournament Specific Rules
Power of movement (ie the maximum number of squares that a piece can move) is restricted in the first three turns of the game.
- 1st move restricted to 1 square
- 2nd move (player 2's first move) restricted to max 3 squares
- 3rd move (player 1's second move) restricted to max 5 squares

Oware is an abstract strategy game among the bigger Mancala family of board games (or Pit and Pebbles Games)

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    Description

    Kamisado is an abstract strategy board game for two players that’s played on an 8×8 multicoloured board invented by Peter Burley. Each player controls a set of eight octagonal dragon tower pieces. Each player’s set of dragon towers contains a tower to match each of the colours that appear on the squares of the board (i.e., a brown tower, a green tower, etc.). One player’s towers have gold dragons mounted on the top, while the other player’s towers are topped with black dragons. The player with the black dragons moves first and may choose any tower. From this point onwards, each player must move the dragon tower that matches the colour of the square that the opponent’s last move finished on. The object of the game is to reach your opponent’s Home Row with one of your dragon towers. The first player to achieve this goal is the winner of the round.

    Tournament Format
    Swiss Pairings, double round matches (ie players play as both colours in each round)
    Rounds – 5
    Time Control – 15 minutes per player for both games

    Tournament Specific Rules
    Power of movement (ie the maximum number of squares that a piece can move) is restricted in the first three turns of the game.
    – 1st move restricted to 1 square
    – 2nd move (player 2’s first move) restricted to max 3 squares
    – 3rd move (player 1’s second move) restricted to max 5 squares

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  • Event Details

    Event Details

    Date: 25 August 2023

    Start time: 10:00 BST

    End time: 13:30 BST

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