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Beer Pong

It is finally happening, consistent Beer Pong tournaments set up around the city. Each and every week, we will be setting up free tournaments for anyone (21+) to play! These free tournaments will lead up to large cash tournaments and even a few World Series of Beer Pong Satellite Tournaments where you can win a chance to play at the WSOBP in Las Vegas, NV in 2015!

Locations and Time:

All tournaments will follow the official BPong.com World Series of Beer Pong rules. The World Series of Beer Pong is the largest, longest-running organized beer pong tournament in the world, created by  the players, for the players. Each year, the event draws over 1,000 participants from 45 U.S. States and 5 Canadian Provinces, offering the largest payout in beer pong history of $65,000.

Weekly Winners:

November 19th, 2014

Winners:

November 12, 2014

Winners: Frick’n Sharks w/ Frick’n Lazers

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November 5th, 2014

Winners: Chauffeuring the Pat Kid

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October 29th, 2014

Winners: Herro Prease

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October 22nd, 2014

Winners: Welcome to Raisins

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October 15th, 2014

Winners: Nosey Neighbors

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October 8th, 2014

Winners: They Forgot Their Name

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October 1st, 2014

Winners: The Equalizers

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September 24th, 2014

Winners: Our Wives Let us Out!

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September 22nd, 2014

Winners: Blue Moon

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September 17th, 2014

Winners: Fish Sticks

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September 15th, 2014

Winners: Power Strangers

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September 10th, 2014

Winners: ToeJam & Earl

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September 3rd, 2014

Winners: Double D

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August 27th, 2014

Winners: Beer for Beer

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August 13th, 2014

Winners: Go Change Your Huggies

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August 6th, 2014

Winners: Pat & Tony Touch Weeinters!

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July 30th 2014

Winners: Oh Long Johnson

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July 23rd 2014

Winners: Beer 4 Beer

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July 16th 2014

Winners: Sorry You Came

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July 9th 2014

Winners: Beer for Beer

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July 2nd 2014

Winners: Tim (Tim & Jamie)

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June 25th 2014

Winners: Mighty Morphin Mexican Doctors (Tony & Pat)

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June 18th 2014

Winners: ToeJam & Earl (Ricky & Bayliche)

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June 11th 2014

Winners: Durka Durka (Ricky & Wade)

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June 4th 2014

Winners: Gladiators of the Pong (Chris & Scott)

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May 14th 2014

Winners: Spontaneous Abortion (Jim and Pat)

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These are not the typical house party rules you may be familiar with so here are a couple of changes to be aware of:

The WSOBP RULES:

The Cup Setup and Rack

Ten cups are formed in a triangle/pyramid-like formation on each side of a table. Each cup is filled with water as opposed to beer due to state regulations and laws. The style of cups used are official Bpong.com tournament cups that fit into the rack. The Rack is specifically designed to cater to all of the automatic re-racks during game play.

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Leaning and Elbow Rule

Since implementing an elbow rule during normal game play would be pretty damn impossible and subject to many debates/arguments, leaning is allowed. A player may not place any body part on the table in order to gain additional reach and/or leverage. The player cannot move their own cups to gain additional reach.

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Re-Racking

There is an automatic re-rack when the cup count reaches 6, 3 and 1. The Rack provided makes this re-rack easy to accomplish.

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Two Cups One Turn

If both players on a team sink their shot on the same turn, that team will get another shot. Both players do not get another shot, only one ball is returned. This is a great rule as it keeps the game fair so that someone on a hot streak cannot just turn up a 6 cup lead out of no where.

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Bouncing/ Swatting/ Fingering/ Blowing

Bouncing is allowed but only counts as one cup if a cup is made. Swatting is only permitted if the ball bounces off a cup. Opposing team cannot swat at a ball bounced on the table unless that ball bounces and then again bounces off a cup. Fingering and blowing of balls is never allowed during game play, do that behind closed doors.

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Redemption

After a team makes their last cup, the opposing team gets a shot at redemption. That opposing team must shoot until they miss. (If there are 4 cups left, all 4 cups must be made.) If the opposing team makes all remaining cups, both teams go back to a 3 cup formation and continue game play. If the opposing team misses a shot, the game is over.

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Any questions? Comment below!

@PatHanavan

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