Red or white wine Beer Hard cider Vodka, rum, whiskey, gin, or tequila. Each turn the dice are thrown and the corresponding shot is taken. An error occurred while trying to submit the form - we'll do our best to fix it ASAP. This game needs at least two people and can be played with larger groups for parties with friends, bachelor and bachelorette parties, birthday celebrations, and more! What I like about this product.
Have the person to the left of the first player go next. Repeat the process of spinning, drinking, and refilling for each player. You can play as many times around the circle of players as you like. Remove Joker cards, shuffle the deck, and deal out the same number of cards as you have shot glasses. Place the cards in even rows, slipping one under each of your full shot glasses. A shot will get taken if the number of the card underneath matches the number rolled on the dice.
Players can sit or stand in a circle around the playing surface. Pick a player to roll first. The first player rolls the two dice on the table or flat surface. Find a card that matches the number rolled. The player drinks the shot on top of the card with the same number as they rolled.
If there is more than one card with the number you rolled, just take one of the shots and leave the rest for other players who might roll that number on their turn. Players can bluff about what type of drink they got if they want to throw other players off as to how many alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are left in the game. For example, if someone takes an alcoholic shot and makes that known with a face or an exclamation about it, everyone will know that there is one less alcoholic drink on the table for future turns.
The person to the left of the first player goes next. Repeat the process of rolling the dice and drinking the shot on a corresponding number card. As the number of shots left gets smaller and smaller, players roll on their turn until they get the number that corresponds to a card that still has a shot. The round ends when all of the shots are gone. Refill the shots for another round. The last player to take an alcoholic shot in the round refills all of the shot glasses for the next round.
They can be responsible for deciding what alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks go into the shots for the round. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. By using this service, some information may be shared with YouTube.
Tips Create a totally non-alcoholic game and fill all shot glasses with different non-alcoholic drinks. The object of the game will be to see who can name the type of drink they take. If you host the guests playing this game, ask them to leave their keys with you when they enter the party.
Call a cab, Uber, or Lyft for them; ensure that they have a sober designated driver; or offer a place to stay overnight at your house. Warnings Please drink responsibly and in moderation. Heavy alcohol consumption can lead to alcohol poisoning, liver damage, alcoholism, and a number of other short- and long-term effects. Call a cab, Uber, or Lyft, or get a ride from a completely sober friend who can drive.
Drinking Games Print Edit Send fan mail to authors. Did this article help you? Each turn the dice are thrown and the corresponding shot is taken. Players don't know if they're drinking water or liquor until the shot is consumed, and they may choose to bluff. Shot glasses are arranged in one or two rows, each on top of a playing card that represents that shot's number. Sit in a circle around the table with the shot glasses. Player 1 rolls the dice, and drinks the shot glass associated with the number rolled, and can freely bluff like they just drank liquor even if it was water, or vice versa.
Proceed clockwise around the circle until all shots are gone. Whoever took the last liquor shot from the previous round is in charge of filling the next round's shots with either water or liquor. Only they will know which is which this round, as well as how many shots are liquor vs. As always, please remember to drink responsibly!
This alcohol drinking game is not meant to lead to you becoming sick due to over-consumption of alcohol.