How Many Players
Beer pong is a popular drinking game that is typically played at parties or social gatherings. The game involves two teams, each with a set of cups arranged in a triangular formation on opposite ends of a long table. Players take turns throwing ping pong balls at the opposing team's cups, with the goal of landing the ball in one of the cups. If a ball lands in a cup, the cup is removed from the table and the opposing team must drink the contents of the cup.
Ways to Play
Flip Cup Beer Pong: This variant combines the classic flip cup game with beer pong. Set up a row of cups on each side of the table and play a regular game of beer pong. Once a team sinks a ball into a cup, the opposing team must drink and flip their cup. The first team to successfully sink all of their cups and flip them wins the game.
Civil War Beer Pong: This variant involves three teams of two players each. Set up three triangles of cups on each end of the table, with each triangle consisting of six cups. Each team takes turns shooting at the other teams' cups. Once a cup is sunk, the team that made the shot can choose which of the other two teams to pass the ball to. The game continues until one team has sunk all of the other teams' cups.
Battleship Beer Pong: Set up 10 cups on each side of the table in the shape of a battleship. Each team takes turns shooting at the other team's cups, but must call out a specific location on the other team's "battleship" before making the shot. If a cup is sunk, the opposing team must drink and remove that cup from their battleship. The first team to sink all of the other team's cups wins.
Strip Pong: This variant involves the same rules as regular beer pong, but with the added twist that each time a team sinks a ball into a cup, the opposing team must remove an article of clothing.
Baseball Beer Pong: This variant involves nine cups set up in a diamond formation on each side of the table, with each cup representing a base. Each team takes turns shooting at the other team's cups, and must make their way around the bases by sinking a ball into each cup in order. If a ball lands in a cup that is not the next base, it is an out. The game continues until one team has completed the diamond and reached home plate.
Reverse Beer Pong: In this variant, the rules of beer pong are reversed. Each team sets up their cups on their own side of the table and tries to make the other team's cups. If a team sinks a ball into one of their own cups, they must drink it and remove it from the table. The game continues until one team has no cups left.
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