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King's Cup

100 /100
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King's Cup is a moderately inebriating drinking game that requires plastic cups and a deck of cards. It is an easy game to play. Here's how to do it:

Shuffle a deck of cards and deal one at a time, face-up to each player. The first person to be dealt a king chooses a liquor, the second who receives a king picks a mixer, the third makes (or buys) the drink, and the fourth drinks it. This can continue as long as necessary!

inebriation level
7.14 out of 10
group size
Small Group (2-3 Players), Medium Group (4-6 Players), Large Group (7+ Players)
game type
Dice/coins/cards, Verbal, Race/timed and 1 more
skill level
easy

Kings

94 /100
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Kings is a moderately inebriating drinking game. It is an easy game to play. Here's how to do it:

Write down the rules for the cards on a piece of paper. They are as follows:
Twos are for you - you pick another player to drink.
Threes are for me - you drink.
Fours for whores - all girls drink.
Fives is jive - you must create a dance move, while the player to your left imitates that move and adds a second. The player to his left follows the first and second and adds a third. This continues until a player messes up, and they drink.
Sixes is dicks - all guys drink.
Sevens is thumbs - the last player to put their thumb on the table drinks.
Eights is 'never have I ever' - all players hold up three fingers and the player who drew the cards names something he has never done. If the player has done it, he must drop one finger. Once all fingers are down the player must drink.
Nines is bust a rhyme - the player who drew must say a word. The player to his left rhymes another word with the first word. This continues until someone cannot come up with a rhyme.
Tens is Snake Eyes - every person the player has eye contact with must drink. This continues until another ten is drawn, and gives the power to the new player.
Jacks is categories - the player creates a category (example, hockey teams) and players go around the circle. The first to mess up drinks.
Queens is questions - the first player asks a question to the player on his left, who answers and asks a new question to the person on their left.
Kings is King's Cup - beer is added to a large cup in the middle. The person who draws the fourth king must drink the entire cup.
Aces is waterfall - the player who drew the ace starts drinking, then the player to his left starts, then the next player, et cetera. The second player can only stop drinking once the first does, and this continues down the line.

inebriation level
7.50 out of 10
group size
Small Group (2-3 Players), Medium Group (4-6 Players), Large Group (7+ Players)
game type
Dice/coins/cards, Verbal, Chance and 1 more
skill level
easy

Indian Poker

90 /100
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Indian Poker is a moderately inebriating drinking game that requires a deck of cards. It is an easy game to play. Here's how to do it:

Every player is dealt one card face-down that they may not look at. They must place the card on their forehead so that everyone else can see their card. The dealer begins and bets a number of drinks that his is the highest card. Players who don't think they can win may fold and take as many drinks as they bet. The losing player must drink the total number of bets.

inebriation level
7.50 out of 10
group size
Small Group (2-3 Players), Medium Group (4-6 Players), Large Group (7+ Players)
game type
Dice/coins/cards, Chance, Bar Game
skill level
easy

Pyramid

90 /100
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Pyramid is a moderately inebriating drinking game that requires shot glasses. It is an easy game to play. Here's how to do it:

Set up a shot glass, medium glass, and large glass on the table in order. Each player must bounce a quarter into the shot glass, then the medium glass, then the large glass. After you make each glass you take the drink. If you bounce a quarter into the wrong cup you must drink it, refill it, and continue the game from the beginning. First to finish wins.

inebriation level
7 out of 10
group size
Small Group (2-3 Players), Medium Group (4-6 Players), Large Group (7+ Players)
game type
Dice/coins/cards, Race/timed, Bar Game
skill level
easy

7/11 Doubles

90 /100
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7/11 Doubles is a dangerously inebriating drinking game that requires plastic cups and dice. It is an easy game to play. Here's how to do it:

Player 1 rolls the dice. If they roll anything but a 7, 11, or doubles they pass the dice to the person on their left. If he rolls a 7, 11, or doubles they can choose which player must drink. Whoever is chosen to drink grabs a cup from the middle and chugs it as fast as they can. Player 1 keeps rolling the dice. If they roll another 7, 11, or doubles before the other player is finished with their drink, they must drink another cup.

inebriation level
9.97 out of 10
group size
Small Group (2-3 Players), Medium Group (4-6 Players), Large Group (7+ Players)
game type
Dice/coins/cards, Chance, Bar Game
skill level
easy

Celebrity

88 /100
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Celebrity is a dangerously inebriating drinking game. It is an easy game to play. Here's how to do it:

Everyone sits with their beer in a circle. One player goes first and chooses a celebrity. The rest of the players go around the circle asking the leader yes or no questions. If the answer is 'yes', they can make another player drink. The game ends when someone guesses the celebrity.

inebriation level
10 out of 10
group size
Small Group (2-3 Players), Medium Group (4-6 Players), Large Group (7+ Players)
game type
Verbal, Bar Game
skill level
easy

Sixes

88 /100
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Sixes is a highly inebriating drinking game that requires plastic cups and dice. It is an easy game to play. Here's how to do it:

Line up six empty cups in a row. Player 1 rolls a die and chooses how much beer to fill the corresponding cup in line. The next player rolls the die - if the corresponding cup is empty, they fill it as well. If it contains beer, they drink the beer and roll again.

inebriation level
8.75 out of 10
group size
Small Group (2-3 Players), Medium Group (4-6 Players), Large Group (7+ Players)
game type
Dice/coins/cards, Chance, Bar Game
skill level
easy

Gaucho Ball

87 /100
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Gaucho Ball is a dangerously inebriating drinking game that requires ping-pong balls and plastic cups. It is an easy game to play. Here's how to do it:

Gather around a table and place a few cups half-full of beer in the center. Give two people opposite each other a ball and empty cup each. They have to bounce the ping-pong ball off of the table into the cup. If you succeed, you can pass it off to anyone else. If you don't, you have to pass it to the person on your right once it finally gets bounced in. If two beers end up at the same person, he must drink the contents of one of the cups before he can try again.

inebriation level
10 out of 10
group size
Small Group (2-3 Players), Medium Group (4-6 Players), Large Group (7+ Players)
game type
Balls/cups
skill level
easy

Beer Race

85 /100
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Beer Race is a highly inebriating drinking game that requires plastic cups. It is an easy game to play. Here's how to do it:

Each player starts with a full glass of beer. All begin drinking at the same time and the first to finish must turn their cup upside-down on their head. Once this happens the rest of the players must do the same, regardless of whether or not they have finished. The winner is the person who turns his cup upside-down over his head - it isn't required that the winner have finished his drink.

inebriation level
8.75 out of 10
group size
Small Group (2-3 Players), Medium Group (4-6 Players), Large Group (7+ Players)
game type
Race/timed
skill level
easy

Dirty Hearts

84 /100
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Dirty Hearts requires a deck of cards. is an easy game to play. Here's how to do it:

Go around in a circle with Player 1 flipping a card from the top of the deck. If it is a heart 2 - 10 they must drink and everyone else can ask them a question. Player 1 chooses one of the questions to answer and does so. If the question was not answered, the player must drink. If the heart is Jack through Ace,everyone else asks a question and gives a dare. The person must pick two questions to answer and perform one of the dares. If your dare/question is not chosen you must drink.

inebriation level
group size
Small Group (2-3 Players), Medium Group (4-6 Players), Large Group (7+ Players)
game type
Dice/coins/cards, Verbal
skill level
easy
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