Each player, once per game, can summon a specific cup if they are not in contact with any other cup (it stands out because the surrounding cups are being hit, not from the cup). The two different basic options a beer pong player has in attack are the standard shot and the rebound shot. Both players on one of the teams receive a ping pong ball to throw and can do so simultaneously. Both players on each team must have fired a shot before the other team can shoot.
The standard shot involves the player throwing the ball on the table and placing it in the opponent's cup. The rebound shot is done by bouncing the ball off the table and taking it to the opponent's cups. The ball can bounce many times and then fall into the cup, but you must avoid it because the bouncing shot can be bounced through the opponent's hands. This shot is a bit harder than the others, so it's worth two cups.
The cup in which it fell is drawn, and the team in which the goal was scored chooses an additional cup. Some residences have pianos available for use. You are asked to respect the rights of others when using any musical instrument. You are allowed to play portable instruments at a reasonable level during idle hours, but you are not allowed to play scales at any time.
Space is available, through the Department of Fine Arts, in academic buildings to practice instruments. Residents must comply with any request, made by other community members or classroom staff, to stop playing. If you want to party, Entropy Bar offers drinks at affordable prices 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.
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. Place ten cups (usually 18 ounces or 16 ounces) in the shape of a pyramid, as shown in the diagram, on each side of a beer pong table (usually about 8 feet long).