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Games intended to suit the average player.

Mille Bournes

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This game was created by Barry and Shari

First, get a Mille Bournes card game from wherever you like to buy your toys. There are Mille Bornes games for the computer, but not everyone likes to play a drinking game with the computer. I do, and Barry might - I'll have to ask him, but some people don't. The best Mille Bornes game I have ever seen is one made for the PC (DOS - but very graphical) by Richard Tom. If you can find a copy then I heartily encourage you to try it (and register).

Mexican

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Takes a bit to catch onto, but once understood, quite a competitive game. Requires people, beer and dice. Mid buzz factor.

Someone arbitrarily goes first by rolling the dice. The score for the dice is as follows:

Drunk Driver

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The rules for this are easy, there is a dealer and one 'driver.' The dealer deals 6 cards (more for a greater challenge, less for an easy road) face down to the driver. The driver turns over a card and one of the following will happen:

Drop the Dime

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To play this game you will need a cigarette, a glass, a napkin, and a dime. Unfold the napkin and place it over the mouth of the glass so that it will stay in place (may need to secure with tape or rubber band). Then place the dime in the center of the napkin. The object is to see how much of the napkin you can burn away, taking turns, with the cigarette. The player to cause the dime to drop consumes a full glass of beer.

Drinker's Uno

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From: conrad 
Date: Sat, 06 Apr 1996 00:46:10 -0500
To: drink@media.circus.com
Subject: Drinker's UNO

This is something my friends and I came up with when we had more beer than sense, but turned out ok. Use a deck of UNO cards, and play UNO as originally intended.

Dominoes

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Another straightforward and simple game. If you know how to play Dominoes, and if you know how to drink, then this games will come easy. Grab a partner or a few, a box of dominoes, and some beer.

Play your average game of dominoes following rules on the box. Everytime a player plays a domino, the other player(s) drink(s). For every domino a player has to pull from the pile to be able to play, they drink. It's all that simple.

Dimes

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Designed at St. Bonaventure Univ on a sunday afternoon.

Required Materials: Beer, an ash tray, and several dimes (Note: No more than 2 dimes per person).

Objective: To land your dimes on the ashtray. Last person to have their dime land (and stay on) the ashtray has to drink.

Rules: Turn the ashtray upside down. This makes landing the dimes much harder.

Cigar Game, The

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Contributed by Andrew Mobbs

All participants donate money towards buying one cigar. This is then passed round the participants, each of whom takes one drag on the cigar, (non-smokers need not inhale), and passes it on. A penalty is incurred by the person who causes the ash to fall from the cigar. A recomendation is that the penalty be fairly heavy, up to and including the entire drink.

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