Often after a long night of beer pong you may forget to pull / drink a cup that has already been made 😊 The death cup beer pong rule is for when a team forgets to pull a cup that has been scored 👍 The other team does not need to be informed that they’re forgetting to take out a cup 👍 If the cup is not pulled and then is made for a second time “death cup” is called and the game is over. The next victim is please At some houses ‘death cup’ refers to sinking a pong ball into the drink a person is holding and drinking from. 
For this rule, you’re going to need to have a stout handy. You can fill your cups with Guinness, but make sure it’s noticeably darker than others while you are filling them. That cup is the “wormhole.” Every time someone sinks a ball into the wormhole, the teams switch sides. If your team is winning and has won five cups, then you must switch sides to take their place if the ball goes into the wormhole. Some of the less skilled teams have a chance at winning. 
Beer Pong is generally played by teams of two in which each team takes turn throwing a table tennis ball into the other team’s cups. If the ball hits a cup, it is removed and the other team takes the cup. The opponent can then drink what remains of the cup. The balls will be removed if both teams hit cups. Rolled back They get to try again. The team that successfully hits all of the opponent’s cups wins the game. There are many variations to the game so it’s a good idea to review racks, bouncing/swatting and other things before you start the game. The winner of the game is usually kept on the table, and the next opponent will be chosen. To keep track of who’s next, a list is usually created. 
If you’ve ever been to a college party or have been tailgating before, then most likely you have either played or watched a beer pong game. The skills required to win this game are not that much different from cornhole. This game is very simple. You need to throw the pingpong ball over a table, into a cup. First team to get all of their shots down wins. It seems simple enough. But you’ve probably heard your friends spout off some “rules” that have not been familiar to you. Have you ever heard of beer-pong islands? It isn’t a vacation in the tropical jungle. This is Jeremie Gruber’s massive thanks for alerting us to this.