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Glossary of Terms - D

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»  Dead Cup
A cup that has been hit and removed from play.
See Also: Cup
»  Defense
A defender's attempt to prevent a legally shot ball from sinking in the cups by directly or indirectly applying force to the ball using their body after first contact has occurred. [More Info]
Related Terms: Distraction, First Contact, Goaltending, Hooking
»  Diamond
The most compact setup of four cups.

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See Also: Setup
»  Dip Cup
See Instead: Rinse Cup
»  Dipper
A setup with one side cup and the opposite back corner cup removed.

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See Also: Setup
Related Terms: Dumper
»  Distraction
An attempt by a defender to distract the shooter while they are attempting a shot. [More Info]
See Also: Defense
Related Terms: Bush League, Taunt
»  Double Up
When playing 2 ball beirut (beer pong), both shooters hit their shots during a single turn. [More Info]
See Also: Return
Related Terms: One-Two Punch
»  Dumper
See Instead: Dipper

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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.