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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.


Rules - 2 Consolidations (Rearrangements)

  10  Sinking the Ball
10.4  Cup Consolidation (Rearrangement) [Variation]
Twice during a game each team shall be permitted to call for consolidation or rearrangement of their opponents cups. A player may only call for consolidation or rearrangement of the cups when they have been legally declared the shooter. The new arrangement may take any shape so long as every cup remains within the area of a triangle located 4 inches from the end of the table, equidistant from either side of the table, and with the base of the triangle parallel to the end of the table. This triangle shall contain an area large enough to bound either 6 or 10 cups, and shall be designated prior to the start of a game.

The following figure shows examples of legal arrangements.

The following figure shows examples of illegal arrangements.

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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.