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Glossary of Terms - C

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»  Called Shot
When a shooter is required to announce their target cup prior to shooting the ball. [More Info]
See Also: Shot
»  Camel Toe
Someone who habitually shoots prior to beverage consumption. [More Info]
See Also: Consumption
»  Carnival Shot
An intentional attempt to knock over a cup with the force of impact from a ball.
See Also: Knock Over Shot
Related Terms: Baseball Throw
»  Celebrity Shot
When someone who is not a participant in a game is allowed to shoot a single shot in place of a player who is a participant in the game.
See Also: Shot
»  Champs
The team that won the previous game of the night.
»  Che (Guevara)
Someone who refuses to play by the house rules.
See Also: House Rules
»  Chug
The preferred rate of beverage consumption.
See Also: Consumption
»  Cliff Clavin
Someone who believes that they know the only official way to play beirut (beer pong).
See Also: House Rules
»  Combo Cup
The extra cup centered between two 6 cup triangles in a 13 cup setup. When the combo cup is hit, the remaining cups are consolidated. If the combo cup is not hit before 6 normal cups are hit, it muse be removed, and the beverage contained within it must be consumed by the shooting team. [More Info]
See Also: Cup
»  Consolidation
The process of rearranging the cups into a tighter setup following a cup removal. [More Info]
See Also: Setup
Related Terms: Re-Rack, Rearrange
»  Consumption
To drink the volume of beverage contained within a cup. [More Info]
See Also: Beverage
Related Terms: Camel Toe, Chug
»  Cup
A disposable plastic cup, having a volume of 12 or 16 ounces. To win a game of beirut (beer pong) a team must remove all of the opposing team's cups from the table. [More Info]
Related Terms: Beverage, Combo Cup, Dead Cup, Hit, Live Cup, Money Cup, Party Cup, Removal, Rim

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Disclaimer: Beirut (beer pong) can be played with alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages, or no beverage at all. If you choose to play beirut (beer pong) with alcoholic beverages, you should be of legal drinking age and drink responsibly.