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this version is interesting because it takes beer pong to a whole new level, literally.
standard ping pong table
20 standard "Keg cups"
6 16oz beers
Basically it's your standard beer pong except for the whole 3D thing. This version of beer pong was developed very recently (last spring) by yours truly in one of those drunken moments of inspiration that so often gets us arrested. I hope this inspires your readers to use their imagination and keep searching for ways to improve the great american college pass-time that is: beer pong. back to top
This is my own version of beer pong, usually used as a sudden death when a game has gone on too long, and to amuse friends with your... drunkness.
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i want to submit a style of game play that me and buddies from Webster, New York use occasionally. We call it "Webster Style Extreme Beer Pong". You start out by filling up either 5 gallon or 2 gallon pales with the beer of your choice from a keg or two...or five. Then u put six of the buckets on each side of a tennis court, and play with a tennis ball, or a lacrosse ball...usually we have teams of 3-5 players, and after one game everyone is pretty god damn tanked. back to top
You are the greatest person/people ever to have a beer pong site. So I thought I'd send in the rules to the way my friends and I play:
I guess you could call this Bucknell rules, although there have been some changes over the years, mostly the bouncing brought in from Geneseo and a decrease in cups from 10 to 6.
Table: 8' or 9' long
Players: 4 (2 vs. 2)
Setup: 6 12oz. or 16 oz. cups each side, arranged in pyramid style; wash cup(s)
Beer: 2 or 3 beers per side, depending on JV or Varsity players.
Play: Both throwing and bouncing are allowed. Losing/challenging team throws 1 ball. Winning team then gets to throw both balls, and play continues with each team throwing both balls (1 throw per partner).
Sinking a cup: Cup is taken away, must be finished before throwing.
Knocking cup off table: Allowed, finish what's left for being lame enough to not fill your cups up.
Regrouping: not allowed. The cups stay in their original positions.
Comebacks: If a team makes both throws, they get the balls back.
Defense: If thrown, once the ball hits either a cup or the table the ball may be knocked away. If bounced, the ball must be allowed to bounce and hit a cup, afterwhich the ball may be knocked away after a 2nd bounce on the table or bouncing off a cup. Blowing a ball out of a cup is to be determined as a 'house rule', depending on the preference of the home team.
Ending the game: Make all cups. Losing team is allowed rebuttal throws. Losing partners alternate throws until first miss. If rebuttals clear all cups, overtime.
Overtime: 3 cups per team, triangle arrangement, no comebacks, rebuttal rules apply (multiple overtimes allowed).
Shut-out: If a team is shut-out, they must run around the house/apartment/block naked.
Nice job on the site. You made my day.
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After trying many variations of the game such as spot shot, 84 cup singles, 42 cup singles, to prepare for the tournament, we had the dream of playing suicide match beer pong. It entails a 4x8 board full of 16 oz cups. Do not attempt to do so for it takes quite a toll on you. However, to educate the people on it here's what you need.
This is a singles match. Each player has 162 cups in front of them. Each player has a ball and shoots at the opponents cups. The cup is made only off the fly. Blowouts are allowed. When the ball is made into a cup (any cup including hitting your own instead of your opponents) the player who owns the cup must drink it. You must drink before you toss. Formations are allowed to be called when a player has 42 cups left in front of them. Formations can only be called once for every cup made. When a player is down to six cups, they put it into a 1,2,3 triangle formation in the center of the back of the table. The game is ended when a player loses all his cups. The loser must drink the remaining cups of the winner. If the ball hits the floor during gameplay, it must be dipped in the water cup before being tosssed otherwise it is a one cup penalty. The ball is a free ball once it hits the rim of the cup, or the table, or the ground. Once again, Do Not Attempt. If you don't believe me we have a video tape of it. Hopefully I'll send it into dateline in the future. If anyone wants to hear any other variations of the game or proof of the game. Email me at Brodeybrodey@yahoo.com. And one more thing, we are from Wisconsin and live in Milwaukee, not to brag but only the irish can outdrink us. If you want to challenge us email me and we'll come out and take you on. We take our drinking and drinking games seriously. Submitted by Matthew "Brodey" Callies back to top
These rules were created by " 3 Bitches and a Crazy White Man" representing VA Tech Beer pong.
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