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.


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Date: Sun, 10 Jan 1999 08:34:53 -0500
From: Dave 
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.


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Another mentally challenging card game that involves beer. High level buzz factor. Supplies: beer, people (not more than 6 for a good game), and a deck of cards.

Sit in a circle, deal out the entire deck of cards evenly, or thereabouts, to each player. The object of the game is to get rid of all your cards. Starting with aces, the first player lays down the number of aces s/he has, stating the number of cards. EVEN if the player doesn't have any of the card, LIE.

If someone thinks that you are lying, they say "Bullshit!"

Brain Damage

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A fantastic game. Undoubtedly when you first explain this game, people give blank stares and are confused, but after a quick round, everyone usually gets the hang of things. You'll need a deck of cards with all 8s, 9s and the red tens removed, people, and the ever-important beer. The buzz factor starts out low, but with lots of people, dealing last can be dangerous at best.

The ranks of the cards are:

Face cardsAces2-710s
.5 Points1 pointFace ValueWild

Beer Blow

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Another very simple game (the best kind) with a high buzz factor. Supplies: people, beer, deck of cards, empty bottle.

The deck of cards is placed on the empty bottle. Each player blows cards off the deck on the bottle in turn. The one who blows the last card off the bottle has to drink one glass of beer.

Variation: If somebody spots an ace among the cards a player blew off - that player has to drink once. So if someone blows down a bunch of cards and two aces are visible that person would drink twice.


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Beeramid (rhymes with pyramid, go figga) is a game that involves a tremendous amount of drinking. Supplies: people, beer, and a deck of cards.

A Beeramid (pyramid) of cards is constructed by placing a certain number of cards face down in a row (usually seven) as the base and building up until there is one card as the top of the Beeramid. The remaining cards are dis- tributed as evenly as possible among the players. The dealer turns over the first card at the base of the beeramid and calls out the card value. Anyone

Beer 99

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An interesting card game involving that "new" math. Mid level buzz factor. Supplies: people, beer, and a deck of cards.

The object of the game is to play cards into a pile and have the value of the pile equal 99. You start off by dealing four cards to each player, then turn the top card over. Play goes around the circle with each person playing a card, mentally keeping track of total value of the pile.

Special cards:

CardSpecial Meaning


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This is a slightly complex game, but very, very fun when mastered. This game requires a minimum of 5 people to play. High boot factor.

The first hand of asshole is the establishing hand. This will decide who is the President, V-Pres, Normal People, and the Asshole for the next round.

Approximately 6 or 7 cards are dealt to each player, depending on the number playing this can be higher or lower. The rank of the cards is as follows (most powerful to least powerful) 2, A, K, Q, ... 4, and 3. Some is chosen to go first and they play a card, the next person has two options:


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From: "Michael Auge" 
Subject: Agony

Here is a game that me and some of my friends (Troy, Sips, Joel) came up with. It is a variation of quarters that we call AGONY. To play you need a quarter, a shot glass, a deck of cards, a bottle of hard liquor (the more disgusting the better) and each player needs a drink. The basic rules of quarters apply:

You bounce the quarter off the table and you get it in the shot glass you get to give away a certain number of drinks.


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