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A game with skill, strategy, risk, sorry no bloodshed. You'll need lots of cups, a few ping pong balls, a long table, and plenty of beer. Recommended numbers of players not to exceed four, but if you want to, live a little.

Each team sets up 10 cups in a pyramid at each end of the table. The point of the pyramid should be facing the center of the table. Use one or two ping pong balls and begin bombing. The first team shoots the ball. If the ball lands in a cup, the other team has to drink that cup. Each team goes in turn, take your time, no rush.

After one cup has been hit the cups change to the next formation shown below. The team that drinks all its cups first loses and also has to drink the remaining cups from the other team.

The formations are as follows:

 
1)     X        2)   X X X      3)  X X X   4)    X    5)   X
      X X            X X X           X X         X X       X X
     X X X           X X X          X X X       X X X     X X X
    X X X X                                       X
 
6)   X X        7)    X X       8)  X       9)  X X     10)  X
      X               X X          X X
     X X

Very simple game.

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