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Beer Pong Rules & Regulations

Be Safe, Be Healthy, Be Clean. Implement the Health Cup Rule

Each player identifies and marks their "Health Cup" usually by writing their name on the cup. This cup is to be used only by that individual as a container for which the liquid from the playing cups is poured into. The Health Cup is not part of the 20 playing cups.

1. Each team consists of 1 or 2 players.

2. One Official Party Pong Beer Pong Table.

3. Two Official Party Pong balls per table.

4. Cups will be set up in a 4, 3, 2, 1 formation.

5. Distribute 24 oz. of liquid evenly among all 10 cups per side.

6. Rock, Paper, Scissors will decide the team that shoots first (Best of 3).


Bouncing and Defending

Balls can be tossed or bounced into opposing team’s cups. IF a ball is bounced in by the Shooting Team (ST), the Defending Team (DT) must pull 2 cups instead of 1 (pull the cup the ball lands in and an additional cup chosen by the ST). However, once the ball touches the table it is considered "LIVE" and can be blocked or deflected by the DT. If the ball is touched prior to touching the table or a cup, the DT must pull a cup as a penalty (ST chooses which cup to pull).


Each team is allowed 2 re-racks per game. The cups can be made into any formation the team chooses. Re-racks may occur at any time during the game prior to the ST’s 1st shot of their turn. Teams may re-rack before 1st shot of 2nd turn if the balls are brought back.

Idiot Rule

If a ball is dropped, swatted, deflected, or accidentally falls into a cup, that cup must be pulled immediately and game play continues as usual.

The Rebuttal

Once the last cup is made, the DT has a chance to match (If both players on ST make last cup, the game is over and the DT does not have a chance to rebut). Each player on DT then has one turn to make all remaining cups (Shoot "˜til you miss).


If the DT sends game into overtime, each team sets up 3 cups in a 2, 1 formation at the front. Regulation rules apply. No rebuttals in overtime.


Distractions are encouraged. However, gestures and teams may not bump or touch the table/cups or move beyond the front cup. Please be respectful and keep it (somewhat) clean.

No fingering or blowing balls out of the cups.

You may not have your elbow extend past the front cup while shooting. You lose your turn if caught.