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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.


Glossary of Terms - P

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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»  Paddle
A table tennis (Ping Pong) paddle. Used when playing some variations of beer pong.
See Also: Beer Pong
»  Party Cup
A cup with a volume of 16 ounces.
See Also: Cup
»  Peace Grip
See Instead: Split Finger Overhand Grip
»  Perfect Game
When a player wins a game of beirut (beer pong) by hitting all of their opponents' cups without missing a single shot. A very rare occurrence that is more plausible in one-on-one competition.
See Also: Beirut
»  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
»  Ping Pong
A trademark used for table tennis and associated equipment.
»  Pitcher
The preferred container used to distribute beverage into the cups. Beirut (beer pong) etiquette dictates that the challenging team shall have a pitcher filled with beverage prior to the completion of the current game.
See Also: Beverage
»  Player
A beirut (beer pong) team is normally composed of two players, but may be a single player or more than two players. [More Info]
See Also: Team
Related Terms: Shooter
»  Pre-Game Warm Up
The practice of consuming beverages prior to a game of beirut (beer pong) in order to reach a preferred level of intoxication.
See Also: Beverage
»  Pre-Shot Routine
The procedures that some shooters follow prior to shooting the ball. These procedures may include: rinsing the ball, drying the ball, bouncing the ball on the table, and spinning the ball on the table.
See Also: Shot
»  Preemptive Shot / Strike
An attempt to shoot the ball into a cup prior to its removal from play. Some beirut (beer pong) rule variations require the defending team to remove two additional cups or to forfeit the game following a successful preemptive shot. [More Info]
See Also: Shot
Related Terms: Gang Bang
»  Pyramid Pong
See Instead: 3-D Beirut

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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.