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.

Molson Poker

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Date: Fri, 19 Feb 1999 08:43:22 -0800
From: jamie desjardins <dougd@csolve.net>
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: Molson Poker ---From The Port BoyZ

For this you need a deck of cards and lots of beer and at least four people.

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).

Middle

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Submitted by Scott Bryant
This is an easy game with a pretty decent buzz factor. Materials needed: people, booze, cards.

Place two cards from the deck face up on the table. You then bet an amount of beer that the next card will be in the middle. If you are correct, you can assign the beer to anyone. If you are incorrect, you drink it yourself.

Mexicali

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One of those potentially very sinister games, a chance to piss a lot of people off, or likewise be pissed off yourself. But hey, you'll be wasted because this game has a Very Very High buzz factor. You'll need people, beer, and a deck of cards to play.

All the cards are dealt to players BUT THEY DON'T LOOK AT THEM.

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:

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.

Doug and Ryan's Drinking Resolutions

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Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 11:31:19 -0800 (PST)
From: Nick Wilcox 
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: DRDR(D)

My name is Jay, and two of my friends came up with this simple drinking card game. It works really well, because the more drunk you are, the harder it is to play. It's called DRDR (Doug and Ryan's Drinking Resolutions).

Dictator

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As the name implies, dictator is another "abuse of power game," such as "Asshole." Standard supplies: people, beer, and a deck of cards. Of course, a bad joke regarding potatoes always comes to mind, but that's a different story.

Begin play by have all players draw a card. The player with the highest card is the dictator. The dictator then announces some card-based condition(s) and deals out as many cards as he likes (try to keep it less than 5 per player). For every card a player has that meets the announced conditions, they take a drink. The dictator is also dealt a hand of cards, except giving, rather than taking drinks. After dealing, the dictatorship passes to the left.

Death Ring

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The name alone should inspire great caution. Gather many risk-loving friends, mass hordes of beer, two decks of cards and get ready for some serious consumption.

Everyone is in a circle. The first person draws a card. The next person draws a card. If the card is related to the first card drawn (related meaning it is the same value or if it is the same suit) then both players must drink the number of sips as on their card. (jack=11 drinks, queen=12, etc.). If they have both have the exact same card then they have to drink double the

Circle of Death

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From: EMK1020 
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: Circle of Death

Take a deck of shuffled cards and set them up into a circle (doesn't matter how).

The first person chooses a card. If a black card comes up, the next person draws. This continues until a red card is picked. Who ever is unlucky (or lucky) enough to get the red card has to drink the combined ammount of the black cards in seconds. Believe me, it can add up!

A player must keep drinking and choosing until he/she gets a black card, hence the name, Circle of Death. :)

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