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watchdoit shows you the rules and how to play the game Kings Cup.
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How to Play Kings Cup:
Kings Cup is best played with three or more people. Place the empty signature Kings Cup mug in the center of the table and spread playing cards face down surrounding the mug. Each player chooses a personal drink of their choice and have refills on hand.
Choose one person to start up the game by simply turning over a card and following the printed rule. Continue around the table in whichever direction you choose until the game is over. When a person pulls, one of the first three kings, they must pour some of their personal drink into the signature Kings Cup Mug in the center of the table.
The person who pulls the fourth king must consume the contents of the Kings Cup Mug and the game is over. The ace is a social. Everyone at the table raise your glasses and drink together. The two is for you. This rule means that the person pulling the card is allowed to pass out a total of two drinks to anyone at the table. Three is for me. The person pulling the card must take three drinks.
Four is for girls don’t be offended ladies. It is an honor to take a drink at the Kings Cup table and each of you must take one drink is a four is pulled. Five a pie, the last lazy person to raise their hand in the group must drink some of their own beverage.
Six is for guys. Guys raise your glasses because you all have to take a drink. Seven is waterfall. The person who pulled this card controls the waterfall and she uses the direction of the waterfall will go. The idea is that everyone starts drinking their own beverage at the same time. Whoever pulls the seven is the first person that can stop drinking. No one else at the table can stop until the person in front of them has stopped.
Eight, pick them eight. Pick anyone person at the table to drink with you. Cheers partner. Nine bust a rhyme. The person who pulls his card starts the run either chooses a single word or a short phrase for everyone to rhyme with. Play quickly around the table. If someone should stumble or fails to rhyme, they must drink.
10 is categories. The person who pulls his card will choose a category which everyone must name an item in that category. For example, types of car companies, Ford, Chevy, Toyota, et cetera. Play quickly and be creative. Make this one fun.
Jack is make a rule. If you pull this card, make a rule that everyone must follow for the rest of the game. Example the No Cursing Rule. You cannot swear a curse during the entire game if you do, you must drink. The queen is the question. The idea behind this rule is to never answer a question. When you pull this card, quickly ask anyone at the table a question. They must then ask someone else a question instead of answering yours. If you answer or pause too long, you must drink.
Kings, the first, second and third pour the fourth one drinks. If you pull one of the first three kinds, pour any amount of your beverage into the Kings Cup Mug. If you pull the fourth and final king, the game is over. And you must drink the entire contents of the Kings Cup Mug. Congratulations, you are the winner of Kings Cup.