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Glossary of Terms

The beirut (beer pong) glossary of terms is the most complete lexicon of terminology and slang available. If you use a beirut (beer pong) term that we have not included in this glossary, then email us using the Contact Form.

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B

»  Basic Overhand Grip
A grip in which the ball is held between the tip of the thumb, and the tip of the index finger or the tips of the index and middle fingers.

See Also: Grip

D

»  Dumper
See Instead: Dipper

K

»  Kung Fu Action Grip
See Instead: Split Finger Overhand Grip

M

»  Monkey Cup
See Instead: Snipe Cup
»  Monkey Shot
See Instead: Snipe Shot

P

»  Peace Grip
See Instead: Split Finger Overhand Grip
»  Phantom Cup
The empty space in a setup where a cup has been removed, especially when the empty space is in the middle or rear of the setup.
See Also: Removal

R

»  Rock-Paper-Scissor Grip
See Instead: Split Finger Overhand Grip

S

»  Split Finger Overhand Grip
A grip in which the ball is held between the first phalange of the index and middle fingers with the side of the hand facing the cups.

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See Also: Grip
Related Terms: Kung Fu Action Grip, Peace Grip, Rock-Paper-Scissor Grip

T

»  Trigger
A common alias for the hooked overhand grip. The grip resembles the grip used when holding a gun.
See Also: Hooked Overhand Grip

W

»  Web Slinger
A common slang term used to refer to reverse overhand grip. When shooting a ball the motion resembles the motion used by Spider Man when he shoots webs out of his arms.
See Also: Reverse Overhand Grip

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