Circle

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Date: Sun, 10 Jan 1999 08:34:53 -0500
From: Dave 
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: Beer Drinking Game : Circle

I guarantee this is one of the best beer drinking games ever.

Supplies : Beer, People (at least two), and a Deck Of Cards.
High, real high, fuct factor. (If you can finish it).

Spread a deck of shuffled cards into a circle. Going clockwise, each player picks up a card when its their turn. (Simple).

Card Values

AceCheers! The person who picked up the ace picks what to cheer for. Then everyone takes a chug.
2-4Person who picked up the card, (2-4) drinks the amount worth of the card. (2 if s/he picked up a 2..etc...)
5-8The amount picked up is dealt among the game players. (Only who s/he chooses though). (For instance, Mark picked up a 8. He gives Bill 3, Dave 1, and John 4, and gives none to Jason).
9The person who picked up the 9 gets to make up a rule. (For instance, everytime someone burps, (and the person who made the rule catches the person burping) s/he has to drink whatever the amount the rule maker says.
10The person who picks up the 10, has to pick a topic. (For example, beer brands. Now you each go clockwise saying a beer brand until someone can't think of one in a matter of five seconds). The loser then drinks a chug, (or 2).
JackWhoever is to the left of the person who picked up the Jack has to take a chug.
QueenWhoever is to the right of the person who picked up the Queen has to take a chug.
KingIs thrown into the center of the circle and the same person picks up another card. **NOTE** -- (Whoever picks up the fourth king has to drink the rest of their beer).

The game is finally finished when all the cards have been picked up. Then you shuffle the cards and go another round.

This game seems a little tricky when you first read it. But you'll get used to it once you play it.
--Dave

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