You will need:
-- A deck of cards
-- Beer or your drink of choice!
1. One person will be the Dealer and one person will be the Player. Put down ten cards in a row, face up, on the table. Put a slight gap between the first five cards and the second five cards. This will be 'the Bridge'.
2. Starting at one end of the row of cards, the Player must correctly guess if the next card the Dealer pulls from the deck will be "higher" or "lower" than the one currently facing up. After the Player guesses 'higher' or 'lower' for a card, the Dealer flips over the top card on the deck and places it below the main row.
- For instance, the first card in the row is a 10. The Player guesses 'higher'. The Dealer flips over the next card in the deck, it's a Queen. The Player guesses right, so the Player moves to the next card in the row. It's an 8. Player guesses 'lower'. The Dealer flips over the next card and it's a 6. The Player guessed wrong, which brings us to...
4. Once you make it to the slight gap between the first half and second half of the main row, everybody drinks 'to get over the Bridge'. This happens every time the Player crosses the bridge.
-- The Dealer or everyone watching has to drink when the Player gets it right.
-- Always guess off the main row, not the additions.
-- If the Player gets the whole thing right on the first guess, they get to make the Dealer chug a beer / make the Dealer their bitch / do whatever because this is almost impossible!
For your learning convenience, we've uploaded an example to our new YouTube channel! Check it out:
We apologize for the rotation issues, but would you expect anything less?
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