The Mexicali drinking game involves some luck with throwing dice but also allows the unfortunate the option of bluffing their role in order to avoid drinking on their turn.
Participants sit around a table. Place the two die in the empty cup, which will be used each turn to shake the dice inside and slammed onto the table so that only the person that rolled may view the result.
A turn consists of shaking the die inside the cup, dropping them onto the table so that they're covered by the cup and viewed only by the person whose turn it is, and then that person announced what they have. The goal is to beat the roll of the person that went before you, and if you did not beat their roll, you have the option of bluffing what you rolled, but if someone calls your bluff you lose and must drink. If they call your bluff incorrectly, they must drink. If everyone playing takes a turn without beating the highest roll, a new game begins.
Scoring is kept by combining the highest die's value with the lowest die's value to form left and right digits of a number, meaning if you roll a "2" and a "6", you have a 62 (not 2+6=8 or 26 as the '6' comes first because it's higher). Also, repeat numbers (doubles) count as the value of that number multiplied by 100 (ex: rolling 3 & 3 would result in 3*100=300).
There are also some other special roll-based rules:
If you're caught bluffing on Mexicali, you finish your entire drink. Here is a full list of all possible role values to avoid confusion:
As always, please remember to drink responsibly while enjoying this alcohol drinking game, and please leave feedback in the comments if you enjoyed it!
You must be of legal age and in no violation of local or federal laws while viewing this material.
We do not support misuse of alcohol, including excessive consumption, binge drinking, or drinking and driving. It has been proven that excessive drinking can cause serious physical harm.
Please drink responsibly!
An error occurred while trying to submit the form - we'll do our best to fix it ASAP.
My bad =(