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Apple Pi

submitted by
Ron from Drexel University

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Delta Chi style

submitted by
Lester of the Brothers of the Bryant Chapter of Delta Chi

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Connecticut "The Wood" Style

submitted by
Chris

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Championship Beirut

Submitted by
James Zygmunt

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The Beer Bone/Beer Yard variation (Sinking Spring Hardcore rules)

Submitted by
RobbMaggs

This variation can be added to any of the other standard forms of beerpong.

Additional Equipment:

Rules:

Beer Bone Strategy:

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Lehigh Delta Chi rules

submitted by
Jason Stokes, Lehigh Delta Chi class of 2000

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Set up:

Every game has a different set up. We do not use the common triangle set up. We play a scattered cup game with both sides being exactly alike.

Rules:

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Maryland Private School rules

Submitted by "
Ahearn"

Here is how we play in the Maryland private schools, and what I feel to be the best set of rules around:

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100 Cup Beirut

Submitted by
Ryan Shearer

Well I have a variation that we play here at Susquehanna University(a small lib. arts school in central PA). Everyone calls it 100 cup Beirut but really it's 105 cups on each side of the table. Teams of four each with a case or 30 pack. Fill all the cups evenly if playing with 24 or evenly except the middle row which gets filled fully when playing with a 30 pack. Most of the tables here are 4x8 sheets of painted plywood. The triangles are centered with the back row of cups 3/4 of an inch from the back of the table and the cup rims touching. Play starts with a member from each team having a ping pong ball and tossing it on the count of three simultaneously. Whomever hits a cup first their team gets the first round of throws. The loser removes and drinks the hit cup. A full round is when each of the 4 players on the team has a throw. (4 balls are needed) Play continues in full rounds. If all 4 hit cups there is a rollback. No bounce. No racking till 20 cups remain, then it splits into 2 racks of 10. After 10 are left there is a rack of 10 which is constantly racked. Double-cupping does not apply and redemption would be in the game if that ever happened which it hasn't through time. Game time = one hour to one and a half.

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Lawrenceville Beer Pong

Submitted by
Gordon Price

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Bethany Beach rules

Submitted by
pminarik

Exact same as University of Virginia rules with one crucial addition:

The Pool of Death.

In the middle of the table is placed a large bowl. Inside this bowl is poured one beer. Over the course of the night anyone walking by the table is encouraged to liberally contribute a portion of their beverage (whatever it may be) to the pool of death. Although unlikely, in the event of someone's ball unfortunately landing in the pool of death, he/she must proceed immediately to bong the pool's contents. Then he/she must proceed to the bathroom, where everything consumed will inevitably and quickly be emptied into the toilet. Brilliant.


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Flagship Beirut

submitted by
Stewart from Clarkson University

I was wondering if i could contribute a different way of playing to your website. It involves 10 - 12 or 16 ounce cups on each side. You throw a quarter instead of a ping pong ball and the front cup is always full. You start off with 4 beers. If someone hits the front cup then you put another cup in front and fill it up. This is how we play at Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY.


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Stylz' Delaware Pong

submitted by
Stylz from the University of Delaware

To whom it may concern:

In your rules listing you have missed the UD rules. These rules were handed down from the beer pong gods themselves and are as follows:

Players can shoot at any cup on the opposing side of the table

Starting the Game "The Eyes Shot"
Each team starts off with a ball. One member of each team squares off against the member of the opposing team. The two players look at each other and on a three count the players shoot at the same time. Whoever makes it in the cup gets both balls, and the cup that is made is taken off the table and consumed. If both players make the "Eyes Shot," the "Eyes shot" continues until 1 team makes it and 1 misses.

Playing

The Last Shot (hold on it gets complicated)

Overtime

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