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|title||Russian Roulette Drinking Game|
|published||September 14, 2009|
|Keywords||college, drinking games, party games, beer pong, beer, social drinking, drunk, university, drinking, fun games, dorm games|
|description||The latest craze in social drinking games, Russian Roulette is a 'spin'-off of the more dangerous and infamous one-bullet-in-the-chamber...well, you know how it goes. To get you and your friends started playing the Russian Roulette drinking game, follow these instructions:
You'll Need: 1 Lazy Susan or similar spinning device 4-8 Solo Cups depending on how many are playing 1-4 Shot glasses depending on your level of craziness.. 1 deck of cards 1 ping pong ball
The game starts with everyone sitting around the disk. In front of each person is a beer cup or shot glass (7 beer cups and 1 shot glass are arranged around the disk for a game with 8 players, or 5 and 1 for 6 players). Each person is then dealt a face down card, which is placed in front of them adjacent to the spinning disk.
One person starts the game by spinning the disk. The disk must make one complete revolution (usually start with the shot glass in front of you). When the disk stops spinning, the drink closest to the spinner's card is their designated drink. What they do with that drink depends on what card they flip over in front of them.
1) Numbered Cards- the spinner drinks their designated beverage. 2) Jack- This is the "gift" card. The spinner gives his or her drink to someone else around the table (regardless of whether it is the shot of vodka or a cup of beer). 3) Queen- This is the "neighbors" card. You drink your designated drink, but so do the people directly next to you on your left and right. 4) King- If you draw the King card, you are in a position of power. Regardless of your designated drink, spin the disk again and see who the vodka shot lands in front of. You, the king, then have the option of making that player drink the vodka or, alternatively, making everyone except for you and the vodka guy drink their beers. The choice is yours. 5) Ace- This is the "spinners and winners" face card. If you turn this card over, take the deck of cards and deal out one card to everybody but yourself. You don't have to drink, and neither does the player with the highest card. Everyone else has to drink, regardless of whether they have the "vodka bullet." 6) Joker- Make up your own rule here. We suggest doing something crazy, but it's your call on this one. At Cornell, we do 'body shots,' but...that's not for everyone.
There's one more rule to this game. As each player is spinning, he or she also tries to bounce a ping pong ball into one of the moving cups (see video). If the ball makes it into one of the cups, then whoever that cup lands in front of has to drink the beverage. After they drink the beverage, continue with the aforementioned procedure.
REMEMBER, this is a turn based game. Each turn consists, of a spin, a ball bounce, a card flip, and then some drinking. If you're not the person spinning, you're NOT turning any cards over. Once one person performs a turn, then the next person to the left/right spins the disk. Refill all the drinks on the disk between turns.After everybody has gone, the round is complete. Collect the used cards, pass out new face down cards for each person, sub out one cup of beer for a shot of vodka and start playing a new round of Russian Roulette!