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Hey there, fellow drinking game enthusiasts! Tommy Beerstein here, ready to spill the beans on the best unknown drinking game that will take your party to the next level. Get ready to have a blast with a game that's sure to become your new favorite!
The best unknown drinking game I've come across is called "Quarters Roulette". Now, I know what you're thinking, "What on earth is Quarters Roulette?" Well, my friends, let me break it down for you.
Quarters Roulette is a game that combines the skill of shooting quarters with the excitement of a roulette wheel. It's a perfect blend of luck and precision that will have you and your friends on the edge of your seats.
Here's how it works: you'll need a roulette wheel, a set of quarters, and some shot glasses filled with your favorite beverage. Each shot glass is assigned a number on the roulette wheel, just like in a casino. Players take turns spinning the wheel and shooting a quarter towards it. If the quarter lands in a shot glass, the player who shot it has to drink the contents of that glass.
But here's the twist: if the quarter lands in an empty shot glass, everyone else at the table has to drink their own shot! Talk about a game that keeps everyone involved and on their toes.
Quarters Roulette is a high-energy, high-volume drinking game that's perfect for parties or gatherings. It's a great way to break the ice and get everyone in the mood for a fun-filled night. Plus, it's a game that can be easily customized to fit your preferences. You can use different types of shots or even assign different consequences for landing in certain shot glasses.
Now, I know what you're thinking, "Tommy, where can I find a roulette wheel for this game?" Well, fear not, my friends! You don't need an actual roulette wheel to play Quarters Roulette. You can easily create your own makeshift wheel using a large piece of cardboard and some markers. Just draw a circle, divide it into sections, and label each section with a number. Voila! You've got yourself a homemade roulette wheel.
So, if you're looking for a unique and underrated drinking game that will have your friends talking for weeks, give Quarters Roulette a try. It's a game that combines the thrill of a casino with the fun of a drinking game, and it's sure to become a favorite in no time.
Remember, always drink responsibly and know your limits. Cheers to becoming a drinking game champion!