Beer Pong Trick Shot Rule
(Looking for another rule of beer pong? Find it in the Chuggie Official Beer Pong House Rules List.)
How to Use the Beer Pong Trick Shot Rule to Look Like a Badass
The Beer Pong Trick Shot Rule is one of the most creative beer pong rules, that’s for sure. Let’s get started, so you can start working on your moves!
Get ready to learn the Beer Pong Trick Shot Rule and be entertained while doing so! Following are pictures, videos, descriptions, and Beer Pong Strategies!
Why You Need the Best Beer Pong Equipment
If you want to throw trick shots in style, you need to host beer pong in style. Plus, it amps up the experience in general! Luckily, there are plenty of bargain beer pong sets and equipment available.
Here are my 3 favorite glow-in-the-dark accessories:
- Glow in the Dark Beer Pong Cups
- Glow in the Dark Beer Pong Table With Dry Erase Surface
- Beer Bong With Glow in the Dark Funnel
Beer Pong Trick Shot Rule:
Video Demo #1
AKA “Rolls Back Behind the Back Shot Rule”
Sometimes, people call the Beer Pong Trick Shot Rule the “Rolls Back Behind the Back Shot Rule.”
The reason this is another name is because if the ball bounces off your opponents’ cups and bounces or rolls back across the middle of the table, you can essentially get an extra shot. Also, beer pong players throw behind the back most commonly when they do a Trick Shot.
How to Play the Beer Pong Trick Shot Rule
#1. As mentioned above, you can earn a reshoot if, after you shoot, your ball bounces off your opponents’ cups and bounces or rolls back to your side of the table. (It’s also acceptable to grab the shot mid air.)
#2. If you manage to retrieve your ball, you’re allowed a reshoot. The catch is that it has to be a Trick Shot,
which isw here things get difficult! But really, when you get a do-over, it sucks to fuck it up.
#3. Often, house rules require you to shoot behind your back, but you can mix things up!
We like to switch it up. If you play a game of beer pong against us, we allow bounce shots off of beer cans, music speakers, a wall, or the ceiling. Anything!
#4. If you nail your trick shot by successfully hitting your opponents cup, it counts as one cup. (Not two.)
#5. According to our house rules, opponents can’t interfere with your Trick Shot. In other worders, the Beer Pong Bounce Shot Rule does not apply.
Important note: If the ball touches the floor before it comes back to your side of the table, it doesn’t count.
Having this rule as part of your house rules will definitely add some swagger to your future beer pong matches.
Beer Pong Trick Shot Rule:
Tips & Strategies
#1. Pre-Gaming is Crucial
Why do we love beer pong so much? Well, you’re getting drunk and throwing balls around. Obviously, that’s the number one reason. But the next best reason is that you get better the drunker you get! So, get out of your head a little by doing a couple shots or playing a round of Most Likely.
After that, the shots you’ve practiced will be a cinch to land when under pressure.
#4. Look the Part for the Beer Pong Trick Shot Rule
Dress to Impress! Whether you want to go sexy, cute, hilarious, or weird, go with whatever makes you feel best. Who knows? You just might leave the party with the guy/girl you’ve been crushing on for the past 3 months.
#2. Relax, And You’ll Throw Better!
Sometimes getting too competitive ruins the fun. Remember, the number one reason is to have fun! Even if you troll, you still spent time being fucking awesome.
#3. Practice Beer Pong Trick Shots
As cliche as it is to say, practice really does make perfect. So watch all the videos you can (we have even more for you coming up!), and get your trick shots down pat.
How to Play Beer Pong Trick Shot Rule:
Video Demo #2
This video’s a lot shorter and is more of a “how to.”