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Rules - Satellite Money Cups
Show Me The Money
Money cup is beirut (beer pong) slang for a cup that is completely filled with beverage. Forcing an opposing player to consume the beverage contained in a money cup can impair their ability to shoot, giving a shooting team a method to practice the "best defense is a strong offense" maxim of sports.
My Dog Ate My Cup Assignment
Cup assignment, is part of what makes satellite money cups so interesting. Normally, in beirut (beer pong), teams are permitted to choose which player on their team will consume beverage arbitrarily. With satellite money cups, this is not the case. Each satellite money cup is assigned to an individual player at the beginning of the game, and cannot be reassigned. When a satellite cup is hit, the player that it is assigned to must consume the beverage contained within it.
Run The Option
Another part of what makes satellite money cups so interesting is that they are optional cups. All other cups must be hit as a condition for victory, but satellite money cups are exempt. A team does not even have to attempt shots at the satellite cups if they choose.
These variations make satellite money cups ideal for grudge matches and some other situations, including:
Satellite Money Cup Rules
For those that would like to play with satellite money cups, substitute the following rules.