Card

A card game is any game using playing cards as the primary things with which the game is played, be they traditional or game-specific. Many card games involve traditional games, with drinks awarded with hands, points, or games; others are entirely crafted for the purpose of assigning drinks to players.

Sipsy Bottom Slam

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Date: Sun, 25 Apr 1999 01:08:52 -0400
From: matt <gte148i@prism.gatech.edu>
To: drink@slashpalace.org
  • Cut the deck in half, and make sure you have four jacks in the deck.
  • Fill a turbo cup with beer.
  • Deal one card to each person, untill someone gets the first jack. He takes a sip.
  • Continue dealing the cards until the second jack. That person drinks till he sees bottom of the cup.
  • The third person dealt has to slam the rest of the beer.

SHRA

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Rhymes with raw. A simple game with a high buzz factor. Supplies: people, beer, and a deck of cards with 10 through Ace only.

Place one full cup of beer in the center of the table, and arrange the 20 cards in any desired formation around the cup of beer. Play goes in a circle around the table. The first player draws a card. The following table shows what will follow:

Screw Your Neighbor(s)

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Contributed by Farhad Mohit (mohit32@wharton.upenn.edu)

Requirements: 4+ People and Alchohol

The object of the game is not to have the lowest card at the end of each round. (Ranking : Low to High : Ace,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10, Jack, Queen, King) The dealer deals each player one card face down. Each player looks at his card. If it is a King he immediately flips it over and places it in front of himself. (The reason will become apparent later).

Ring of Fire

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Date: Thu, 04 Feb 1999 16:20:45 CST
From: melissa daul <mdaul@hotmail.com>

We play this game all the time at parties. Some people call if Ring of Fire, some call it Circle of Death. I like it. It's a little like Take That, but we use different rules.

Red and Black

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Simply a simple game with a pretty high buzz factor.
Simple supplies: people, beer, deck o' cards.

One player goes first. Using mental telepathy, s/he tries to predict the color of the card about to be turned over. If correct, s/he continues; if incorrect - drink.

Queens

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Another decent card game with a mid-level buzz factor.
Supplies: people, beer, and a deck of cards.

Shuffle the deck of cards. Spread them out so that any card can be chosen. Someone, doesn't matter who, goes first by choosing a card. The following tells what action is going to be taken:

Pyramids

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A very excellent card game. Get some people together, grab two decks of cards, some beer, and get ready to play.

This game is similar to "Up and Down the River." Each player is dealt four cards which they can look at, but shouldn't let others see.

Peuchre

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A drinking game adapted to the card game Euchre. If you don't know how to play Euchre, don't ask. It has to be seen to be understood, and not many people get it after that. So, this game is for those who know how to play the game.

Nickels

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From: "Thomas Mercer" <tem7@worldnet.att.net>
To: <drink@slashpalace.org>
Subject: Nickels

Supplies:cards, a nickel, people, and any type of booze
This is a real good game that will get you real tanked.

The dealer takes the nickel and puts it under his beer or cup, then calls out a suit and deals the cards out to everyone at the table until the suit called is dealt to someone. That someone has to drink the numerical amount of the card (face cards are ten and aces are fifteen).

Montana

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Date: Sat, 23 Jan 1999 17:02:45 EST
From: Sunbomb11@aol.com
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: drinking game

This game is quite simple to play, all you need is a deck of cards, people, and of course, beer. It is called Montana and the drunk factor is relatively high, because it is easy to get screwed over while playing this game.

The game starts with the dealer, lines up two rows horizontally containing ten cards face down in each row. ( less cards may be lined up if you have more players, but always an even number of cards in each row.) Next the dealer deals out the remaining cards to the players, and starts the game by turning over the first card in the top row. This card has a value of drinking for 1 second or sip.

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