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Fincastle Trophy

The International Fincastle Competition is a contest of skills between the air forces of the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. During the competition, crews compete in anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface warfare, and intelligenc ...

Hawgsmoke

Hawgsmoke is a biennial United States Air Force bombing, missile, and tactical gunnery competition for A-10 Thunderbolt II units. It is hosted by the winners of the previous competition and provides both skills competition and an opportunity to s ...

NATO Tiger Association

The NATO Tiger Association or the Association of Tiger Squadrons was established in 1961. Promoted by French Defence minister Pierre Messmer, its role is to promote solidarity between NATO air forces. It is not, though, part of the formal NATO st ...

Professional wrestling tournament

On various occasions in professional wrestling, a single-elimination tournament of varying match types are held, often to determine a championship or number-one contendership therein. It has been known for promotions to use title tournament that ...

Commonwealth Cup (professional wrestling)

The Commonwealth Cup is an annual independent wrestling tournament in North America, run and promoted by Virginia-based promotion NOVA Pro Wrestling. The first tournament took place in 2017, and serves as the highest honor in the promotion, as th ...

Differ Cup

The Differ Cup is a cross-promotional professional wrestling tournament in Japan, contested among several teams of junior heavyweight tag teams, each typically representing a particular promotion. It was originally held biennially, first in 2003, ...

ECCW Pacific Cup

ECCW Pacific Cup is an annual professional wrestling tournament held by the Canadian promotion Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling. The first edition of the tournament took place on November 24, 2000 in New Westminster, with Asian Cougar defeat ...

ECWA Super 8 ChickFight Tournament

The Super 8 ChickFight Tournament is an annual professional wrestling tournament held by the East Coast Wrestling Association. The tournament is contested by eight female wrestlers in a one-night single-elimination format.

ECWA Super 8 Tournament

The Super 8 Tournament is an annual professional wrestling tournament held by the East Coast Wrestling Association. The tournament is contested by eight wrestlers in a one-night single-elimination format.

Fire Festival

Himatsuri is an annual professional wrestling round-robin tournament held by Pro Wrestling Zero1 to determine the top wrestler in the promotion, typically contested in late July/early August. Within the English-speaking professional wrestling wor ...

Ikkitousen Strong Climb

Ikkitousen Strong Climb is a professional wrestling round-robin hardcore tournament held by Big Japan Pro Wrestling with a span of two years to determine the best wrestler of BJWs Strong BJ division. The tournament was first held in 2014. The tou ...

IWA Mid-South King of the Deathmatch

The Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South King of the Deathmatch is an annual professional wrestling tournament running since 1997 in which a number of wrestlers compete in various deathmatches, in a single-elimination tournament which is s ...

Killer Kowalski Cup Tournament

The Killer Kowalski Cup Tournament is a professional wrestling round-robin tag team tournament held by Top Rope Promotions. The Kowalski Cup is held under a points system, with two points for a win, one for a draw and none for a loss. The team fi ...

King of Gate

King of Gate is an annual single-elimination professional wrestling singles tournament held in the Japanese promotion Dragon Gate. It is the successor to El Numero Uno, previously held in Dragon Gate and Toryumon, although Uno was a round-robin t ...

List of WAR tournaments

Wrestle Association R held a variety of tournaments competed for wrestlers that were part of their roster during the promotions existence between 1992 and 2000.

Style Battle

Style Battle is an American professional wrestling promotion founded in 2017 by former Ring of Honor booker and Dragon Gate USA vice president, Gabe Sapolsky. On November 22, 2016, it was announced that WWNLive would be debuting a new promotion n ...

Eternity II puzzle

The Eternity II puzzle, aka E2 or E II, is a puzzle competition which was released on 28 July 2007. It was published by Christopher Monckton, and is marketed and copyrighted by TOMY UK Ltd. A million prize was offered for the first complete solut ...

Eternity puzzle

Eternity is a tiling puzzle created by Christopher Monckton and launched by the Ertl Company in June 1999. Consisting of 209 pieces, it was marketed as being practically unsolvable, with a £1 million prize on offer for whoever could solve it with ...

The Philadelphia Inquirer Sudoku National Championship

The Philadelphia Inquirer Sudoku National Championship, hosted by puzzle master Will Shortz, was an annual sudoku competition run by The Philadelphia Inquirer and held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in 2007-2009. Open to a national and int ...

Puzzle Lovers Club

The Puzzle Lovers Club was an American company which ran word game contests by mail. The company was founded in 1963 by direct marketer Rene Gnam. Rather than following a conventional publishing or sweepstakes business model, he hit on the idea o ...

The Secret (treasure hunt)

The Secret is a treasure hunt started by Byron Preiss in 1982. Twelve treasure boxes were buried at secret locations in the United States and Canada. Through the end of 2019, only three of the 12 boxes have been found.

Swordquest

Swordquest is an unfinished series of video games produced by Atari, Inc. in the 1980s as part of a contest, consisting of three finished games, Earthworld, Fireworld, and Waterworld, and a planned fourth game, Airworld. Each of the games came wi ...

VT Hunt

The VT Hunt, notated with the symbol ᚖᚌᚖ, is an annual puzzlehunt at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. This competition typically has hundreds to thousands of participants, with the 2019 Hunt attracting roughly 1800 participant ...

World Puzzle Championship

The World Puzzle Championship is an annual international puzzle competition run by the World Puzzle Federation. All the puzzles in the competition are pure-logic problems based on simple principles, designed to be playable regardless of language ...

Interior Design Masters

The competition pits 10 interior designers against each other for a chance to win a commercial contract to design a bar at one of Londons hotels. Each week, a different challenge is set, designed to test their ability to meet various client brief ...

Indian Sudoku Championship

The Indian Sudoku Championship is an annual national contest held in India to crown the Indian Sudoku Champion and to select the national team for the Asian Sudoku Championship and World Sudoku Championship. It usually consists of multiple rounds ...

Nertz

Nerts, Pounce or Racing Demon is a fast-paced, real-time, multiplayer card game involving multiple decks of playing cards. It is often described as a combination of the card games Speed and Solitaire.

Skip-Bo

Skip-Bo is a commercial version of the card game Spite and Malice. In 1967, Minnie Hazel "Skip" Bowman of Brownfield, Texas, began producing a boxed edition of the game under the name SKIP-BO. In 1980 the game was purchased by International Games ...

Spite and Malice

Spite and Malice, also known as Cat and Mouse or Screw Your Neighbor, is a traditional card game for two or more players. It is a reworking of the late 19th century Continental game Crapette and is a form of competitive solitaire, with a number o ...

Ashtapada

Ashtāpada or Ashtapadi is an Indian board game which predates chess and was mentioned on the list of games that Gautama Buddha would not play. Chaturanga, which could be played on the same board, appeared sometime around the 6th century in India; ...

Ashte kashte

Ashta-kashte is a race board game from Bengal akin to the Cross and Circle family for two to four players originating in India. Although there is no evidence for that, it is considered by some as the direct ancestor of Pachisi. It is played on a ...

Backgammon

Backgammon is one of the oldest known board games. Its history can be traced back nearly 5.000 years to archeological discoveries in Persia or Mesopotamia. It is a two-player game where each player has fifteen pieces that move between twenty-four ...

Chopat

Chaupar, chopad, or chaupad is a cross and circle board game very similar to pachisi, played in India. It is believed that both games were created around the 14th century. The board is made of wool or cloth, with wooden pawns and six cowry shells ...

Chowka bhara

Chowka Bara or Ashta Chamma is a two- or four-player board game from India. This game is an example of a" fully observable” system that has an element of chance introduced by the roll of special dice and an element of strategy. While traditionall ...

Daldøs

Daldos is a running-fight board game only known from a few coastal locations in southern Scandinavia, where its history can be traced back to around 1800. The game is notable for its unusual four-sided dice. In Denmark it is known as daldos in No ...

Dunhuang Go Manual

The Dunhuang Go Manual or Dunhuang Go Classic or simply the Classic of Go is the earliest surviving manual on the strategic board game of Go. Dating from the 6th century, it exists as a single manuscript that was discovered in the Library Cave of ...

Gyan chauper

Gyan Chauper is a dice game derived from chaupar from ancient India, popularly known as Snakes and Ladders. It was from India that it spread to the rest of the world. It was a very popular game that was played not only for entertainment but also ...

Hyena chase

Hyena chase is a simple race game originating in North Africa. It features a spiral track, and players race their pieces along the spiral from the outside to the centre and back. The first player to finish wins the hyena, which also travels along ...

Indian chess

This article is about regional versions of chess played in India. For ancient Indian chess variants, which are believed to be predecessors of chess by some historians, see chaturanga. Indian chess is the name given to a variation of chess played ...

Mancala

Mancala is one of the oldest known games to still be widely played today. Mancala is a generic name for a family of two-player turn-based strategy board games played with small stones, beans, or seeds and rows of holes or pits in the earth, a boa ...

Mensch argere Dich nicht

Mensch argere Dich nicht is a German board game, developed by Josef Friedrich Schmidt in 1907/1908. The game was issued in 1914 and sold about 70 million copies. It is a cross and circle game with the circle collapsed onto the cross, similar to t ...

Mū tōrere

Mū tōrere is a two-player board game played mainly by the Māori people from the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island. It is one of two board games that the Māori people are known to have played before their country became part of the British ...

Nard (game)

Nard is a tables-style board game for two players in which the playing pieces are moved according to rolls of dice. It is similar to backgammon in that it uses the same board, but it has different initial positions and rules.

Nine men's morris

Nine mens morris is a strategy board game for two players dating at least to the Roman Empire. The game is also known as nine-man morris, mill, mills, the mill game, merels, merrills, merelles, marelles, morelles, and ninepenny marl in English. T ...

Pachisi

Pachisi is a cross and circle board game that originated in medieval India which has been described as the "national game of India". It is played on a board shaped like a symmetrical cross. A players pieces move around the board based upon a thro ...

Pallanguzhi

Pallanghuzi, or Pallankuli, is a traditional ancient mancala game played in South India especially Kerala & Tamil Nadu. Later the games were spread to other places including Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh in India as well as, Sri Lanka and Malaysia ...

Sahkku

Sahkku is a board game of the Sami people. The game is traditional among the North Sami, Skolt Sami, Inari Sami and Lule Sami but may also have been played in other parts of Sapmi.

Snakes and Ladders

Snakes and Ladders, known originally as Moksha Patam, is an ancient Indian board game regarded today as a worldwide classic. It is played between two or more players on a gameboard having numbered, gridded squares. A number of "ladders" and "snak ...

Tab

Tab is the Egyptian name of a running-fight board game played in several Muslim countries, and a family of similar board games played in North Africa and Western Asia, from Iran to West Africa and from Turkey to Somalia, where a variant called de ...

Toguz korgol

Toguz korgool or toguz kumalak, is a two-player game in the mancala family that is played in Central Asia.