If both partners hit cups, the balls are thrown backwards and can shoot again. The team that successfully hits all of the opponent's cups wins the game. Raise the stakes by adding a cup of Russian Roulette on each side. To prepare them, the teams fill all the glasses with beer as usual and place them in the shape of a pyramid.
The teams then switch sides and secretly add a shot of vodka to one of their opponents' cups. Then, the teams change again and start the game. When the glass with skewers is touched, the vodka gives the drinker an extra kick, adding a layer of suspense to the game. Once the game has started, there are no turns like those in classic beer pong (that is, you don't have to wait for all the members of the opposing team to shoot before you can shoot).
Players can shoot in quick succession as soon as they have a ping pong ball, but in normal play, you can only return your paired opponent's ping pong ball. Once one team has made enough cups to put back on the shelf, you'll need to ask the other team to put theirs back. Every time the size of the pyramid decreases, each time a team gets 4 cups, at which point there will be new accumulations available each time it gets a cup. This means that they can only be placed back on shelves for 15 cups, 10 cups, 6 cups, 4 cups, 3 cups, 2 cups and 1 cup.
If a team loses the opportunity to pack again (that is, if it has lost 14 cups, but has not won 15 again), it cannot pack again and must wait until the next opportunity (10 cups in this example). Once the last cup has been made, the 3 ping pong balls are returned to the winning team and the team has the chance to win the final cup again. If a member of the winning team wins the final cup again, their rival partner will not have a chance to refute it. If the winning team member fails, your partner gets a rebuttal.
Extra time in Cup 21 consists of another full game of 21 cups. It's not really an extension, is it? It's a kind of total revenge. Nobody on the team is limited to a single ping pong ball, anyone can throw any ping pong ball at any time. However, team members cannot hold more than one ping pong ball in their hand at a time.
If they catch a second ping pong ball, they must give it to one of their teammates and they can't throw both. If you want to party, Entropy Bar offers affordable drinks and even offers beer pong. Beer Pong is usually played in teams of two, in which each team takes turns throwing a ping-pong ball into the other team's glasses. Everyone who has played beer pong before seems to have their own rules, and kiwipong is no different.
If you're an inveterate and experienced player and want to follow the official rules, check out the Beer Pong World Series (WSOBP) game rules. Beer Pong is usually played on an eight-foot by two-foot table with ten cups arranged in a triangle shape at each end. In memory of the numerous ships and planes that were never heard of again after crossing the triangular area that connects Miami, Puerto Rico and Bermuda, the Bermuda Triangle rule in Beer Pong states that if you sink your opponent's cups so that they form a triangle of intact cups, you can't ask for them to be placed back on the shelf. Place ten cups (usually 18 oz or 16 oz) in the shape of a pyramid, as shown in the diagram, on each side of a beer pong table (usually, the standard is about 8 feet long).
And while the basic version of Beer Pong has its basic rules, it's important for each “house” to establish its own set of rules or variations so that the game is truly their own...