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"Onitama"
Season The Genius II
Episode Number 11/11
Episode Chronology
Previous Between Two Cities
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Onitama is the season finale of The Genius II.

Eliminated Player Vote[]

All eleven of the eliminated players were allowed to give an item to one of the two finalists in order to help them in the match. There were 3 items for each game, plus 2 items that could be used in any game. The items were randomly allocated.

Player Supported Item
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AJ
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Tom
Card Exchange (Indian Hold'em)
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Toby
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Tom
Item Duplicator
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Eddie
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Tom
Bonus Chips (Indian Hold'em)
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Sim
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Konstantinos
Item Negator
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Brian
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Tom
Mulligan (Onitama)
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William
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Konstantinos
Extra Card (Red7)
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Eva
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Konstantinos
Double Move (Red7)
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Carson
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Konstantinos
Field Discard (Red7)
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Nick
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Tom
Bonus Chips (Indian Hold'em)
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Ben
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Tom
No Swap (Onitama)
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Rob
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Konstantinos
No Swap (Onitama)

The first two items to be revealed were the Item Duplicator (given to Tom by Toby) and the Item Negator (given to Kostantinos by Sim). The Item Duplicator could replicate any of the owner's other items, while the Item Negator could negate any one of the opponent's items. Both items could be used in either round.

The first two matches to be revealed were the sixth Death Match, Indian Hold'em, and the eighth Death Match, Red7. As Tom had won more matches, he would select which game to play first, and he selected Indian Hold'em.

First Round[]

Indian Hold'em. Indian Hold’em is a simple poker game where the players will use their own card plus two community cards to form a special hand, and the player with the higher ranked hand wins.

There were three items available for this challenge: Card Exchange, which would swap the two community cards with two new ones, and two Bonus Chip Items, which would give the owner extra chips. The three items were picked by AJ, Eddie, and Nick, respectively, who all gave their items to Tom.

Competitor Number of Chips Result
TG2Tom.pngTom 60 chips Won
TG2Konstantinos.pngKonstantinos 0 chips Lost

Second Round[]

Onitama. Onitama was a chess-like game with constantly changing movement patterns.

There were three items available for this challenge: Mulligan, which would allow a player to undo his previous move, and two No Swap items, which could prevent a player's movement cards from being changed. The No Swap items were picked by Ben and Rob, who gave them to Tom and Konstantinos, respectively; Brian picked the Mulligan item and gave it to Tom.

Competitor Result
TG2Konstantinos.pngKonstantinos Won
TG2Tom.pngTom Lost

Third Round[]

Red7. Red7 is a number card game with constantly changing rules. This game would be played to a best of three.

There were three items available for this challenge: Field Discard, which would allow a player to discard a card straight from his field; Extra Card, which would allow the player to draw an extra card; Double Move, which would allow a player to play two cards at once. The items were picked by Carson, William, and Eva, respectively, and all given to Konstantinos.

Competitor Games Won Result
TG2Tom.pngTom 2 games Declared Champion
TG2Konstantinos.pngKonstantinos 1 game Runner-Up

Trivia[]

  • At 9 matches, Tom has broken the record for most matches won during The Genius.
  • This is the first 6-5 item allocation.
  • This is the first season where every round of the Final Match was played.
  • Red7 is now the first game in The Genius to be played three times.

External links[]


The Genius II Episodes

ID Exchange · Daybreak Werewolf · Layoff Game · Horror Race · Land of Opportunity · Mafia de Cuba · Pair Auction · Sheriff of Nottingham · How Much is Enough? · Between Two Cities · Onitama

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