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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 - T

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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»  Table
The official beirut (beer pong) table is a standard table tennis (Ping Pong) table 9' in length by 5' in width, and standing 2'6" in height. However, any table or horizontal surface may be substituted. [More Info]
»  Taunt
A verbal distraction.
See Also: Distraction
»  Team
Each game of beirut (beer pong) is played between two opposing teams composed of a varying numbers of players. [More Info]
Related Terms: Player
»  Throw
See Instead: Shot
»  Triangle of Death / Triangle of Skill
A setup with the three corner cups of a triangle remaining.

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

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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.