Moritz  Gekeler

Rock, Paper, Scissors (Tournament)

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This is a fun and loud energiser based on the well-known “Rock, Paper, Scissor” game - with a twist: the losing players become the fan of the winners as the winner advances to the next round. This goes on until a final showdown with two large cheering crowds!

It can be played with adults of all levels as well as kids and it always works! 

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Goal

Get a group energized and cheering

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Materials

    Instructions

    1. Find a partner

    2. Play "Rock, Paper, Scissors" against each other until the first win.

    3. The winner has to find a new opponent. The losing player becomes a fan of the winner. 

    4. The winner plays against the new opponent, while their fan cheers for them. 

    5. The winner of the second game searches for a new opponent, while the losing team joins their fan base. 

    6. Repeat until there are only two opponents with a huge fan base cheering for them. The last two have to play until one player has won 2 times. 

    Background

    The basic rules of "Rock, Paper, Scissors" are the following: 

    The players count to 3. On 3 they form one out of 3 symbols with their hands: 

    1) "Rock" – the fist

    2) "Paper" – the straight hand

    3) "Scissors" – index and middle-finger pointing out

    Each symbol wins and loses against one other symbol:

    "Rock" brakes the "Scissors".

    "Scissors" cuts the "Paper".

    "Paper" wraps the "Rock"

    Comments (3) ( 4.6666666666666667  avg / 3 ratings)

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    • A super energiser, I've used it several times during trainings and it never fails, easy, fun and defenitely energizes the whole group!

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      10 months ago
    • I love this one!! It's a great way to end the day on a high note (and award a silly trophy to whoever wins).

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      6 months ago
    • Instructions are poorly written! Step 1. Find a partner: If you are in a group, does everyone find a partner? If everyone is playing at the same time, there will be no one to become your cheering section.... So do you start with just two people?

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      11 days ago