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Dice Drinking Games for Parties

Updated on June 1, 2016

If you are like me you are not a real big drinker. Heck, my beer will sit there cause I actually forget it is there. To get everyone interacting and to make sure you drink, you can partake in a few dice drinking games. It is a fun way to spend your time with friends. The constant interaction will make sure that everyone is part of the party and not left out. Enjoy the dice drinking games and comment if you try one out! Thank you!

Dice Games

1. Beer Die-

There are two teams with two people to a team. The two player teams sit at each end of a long table. Each player sets a full beer cup at the end of the table in front of them. Flip a coin to decide who gets to throw the dice first.

The person who gets to throw the die first has to throw the die a certain height and try to get it in their opponents cup. The certain height is usually above the light on the ceiling. Doesn't work unless it's a hanging light.

If the person gets it in their opponent's cup their opponent has to chug their whole beer. If they hit their opponent's cup their opponent has to take a drink of their beer.

The game is up to five. Each time you hit your opponents cup or get it in, it is a point. There is one other catch. When your opponent throws the die towards your team your team has to catch it before it hits the floor. If you miss the die that's another point for the other team.

2. Chase The Ace -

You'll need 4 people, 2 dice, 2 cups (yahtzee cups work good), shot glass, and drink. Two people sitting opposite each other get a cup and a die. They roll until they get a one. If you get a one, pass the cup and die. If you end up with both cups, you have to drink the shot.

3. Split the Difference -

This is a two player dice game. Each player gets one die (two if your feeling randy). Both players roll together. The player with the low number subtracts their roll from the higher roll and drinks the difference. If doubles are rolled, each player drinks their roll.

4. Three Man -

Everyone starts off by rolling one die till someone rolls a three. This person then becomes the three man. The game then proceeds around the circle with people taking turns rolling the dice. The dice are only passed when someone rolls something that does not require drinking. Here is what each roll means:

When dice total:

- 3: Whoever is the three man must drink. If the three man rolls this then he may pass the title to a person of his choosing.
- 7: Person to the right of "roller" drinks
- 9: Person across from "roller" drinks
- 10: Social...everyone drinks
- 11: Person to the left of "roller" drinks

Other dice combinations:

- 4 & 1: Whoever rolls this become the Thumb-Master. They can place their thumb on the table whenever they want. The last person to do this must drink. The Thumb-Master can only change when someone else rolls a 4 & 1.

- Doubles: When someone rolls double they give the dice to someone of their choosing. This person rolls the dice and must drink for that many seconds. The dice may be given to two people instead of giving both to just one person.

At any time during the game the three man can be told to drink. However the person currently rolling may not tell the three man to drink. If he does he must drink.

5. Hatboy -

This game is played with a pair of 6-sided dice, and the rules are fairly simple. You also need some kind of hat that can fit everyone.

To play, you take turns rolling the dice, and the two magic numbers are 7 and 9. 7 means the last person to put their thumb on the table is "hatboy", and 9 means the last person to put their thumb on their forehead is "hatboy".

Whoever is "hat-boy" gets to wear the hat you picked out. Whenever someone rolls doubles, they drink whatever number was doubled (not the sum, so if you roll double 6's, hat-boy takes 6 drinks, not 12). If you roll doubles, you get to roll again, but if you roll doubles three times in a row, you turn in to hat-boy. If hat-boy him/herself rolls doubles three times, nothing special happens, it just moves to the next person's turn. If hat-boy is the last person to put their thumb on the table or on their forehead, they take a drink.

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