Kōnane Tournament 2021
There are many styles and variations of the game kōnane. For the Windward CC Kōnane Tournament, we'll have adapted kōnane rules from Kilolani Mitchell's "Hawaiian Games to Play."
We will be using the following for this tournament:
Listed below is a summary for the rules of WCC tournament play:
Player to make the last move wins.
Not the player who claimed the most pieces.
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82231160774?pwd=WlUyMXVtRVRTc1g0elRZaE9GTXh1QT09
If you need assistance during the tournament, there will always be a game referee present in the Zoom tournament meeting. To access the Zoom tournament meeting, use the link: [TBD].
2:00 PM -- Opening (via Zoom)
2:10 PM -- History of Kōnane; Tournament Rules; Schedule (via Zoom)
2:30 PM -- Breakout Kōnane Rooms (via Padlet)
2:45 PM -- Tournament Play
3:45 PM -- Closing and Prizes (via Zoom)
4:00 PM -- Pau!
Kōnane rooms for the tournament can be accessed through Padlet: https://padlet.com/konane/konane
You will see some kōnane resources as well as "Kōnane rooms."
In the comments section for each Kōnane Room, add your name and which player you want to be. If you want to control the black ʻiliʻili, write player 1 and your name. If you want to control the white/yellow ʻiliʻili, write player 2 and your name. Once two players have commented on a post, click on the "pink "playingcards.io" image above the comments.
After you finish the game, write in the comments who won.
The virutal kōnane board and pieces were created with the online software, https://playingcards.io. When you enter a kōnane room, you will see a virtual papamū and ʻiliʻili. Please note, that like the physical game, you will have to move the pieces on the board yourself. This includes removing your opponent's piece that you have claimed.
At the end of the game, please place pieces back on the papamū.