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Yaguarete Kora (Yaguarete, Jaguarete Kora, Chivi Kora)DLP Game   

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Period Modern

Region South America

Category Board, Hunt

Description

Yaguarete Kora is a hunt game played by the Mbya Guaraní people of South America. One player plays as one jaguar, and the other plays as fifteen dogs.

Rules

5x5 intersecting lines with diagonals in each quadrant. A triangle, the apex intersecting with the apex of one of the sides. A line is drawn from the apex to the midpoint of the base of the triangle. A line bisects this line, connecting the midpoints of the sides of the triangle, One player plays as one jaguar, which begins on the center of the base of the large triangle's base. The other player plays as fifteen dogs, which begin on the points of the three ranks of the bottom half of the square portion of the board. The jaguar moves first. Pieces move to an empty adjacent space along the lines of the board. The jaguar may hop over an adjacent dog to an empty space immediately on the opposite side of it, capturing the dog. Dogs cannot capture. The dogs win by blocking the jaguar so it cannot move; the jaguar wins when only six dogs remain.

Ferrarese 2006: 21-23.

Origin

Argentina

Ludeme Description

Yaguarete Kora.lud

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Sources

Ferrarese, S. 2006. Juegos Etnicos de America y Documentos sobre Educación Física Intercultural. Neuquén: Proyecto Rescate e Inserción Comunitaria y Pedagógica de los Ancestrales Juegos de los Pueblos Indoamericanos.

Identifiers

DLP.Games.1245

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