The Pyramid drinking game, card version involves a bit more thinking, and less skill than the Pyramid, coin version. Players have to memorize the cards they were dealt, and assign drinks based on either a bluff or on if they have a card that matches one in the pyramid, as the pyramid is flipped one by one.
Players sit around a table, and whoever is dealing sets cards face down in a 6-5-4-3-2-1 pyramid format, and then deals each player four cards, face down.
The rules to the Pyramid drinking game with cards aren't too hard to grasp. First, each player takes a 5-10 second look at their four face down cards, without revealing what they have to anyone else. The key is to memorize what you have, and in what order, because you won't be allowed to look at them again, unless you get called out on a bluff.
Once everyone is set, each card in the pyramid begins to be flipped over, one at a time, row by row. After a card is flipped, players can assign drinks to each other based on either them having the card in their hand, or based on a bluff. If assigned a drink by another player, you have the option of calling their bluff (in which case the player that assigned the drink has to find that card in their hand in one guess), or drink the assigned drinks and continue playing. Note: If a player is called on a bluff and flips a card over, they discard that card and are assigned a new one in its place, face down.
Each row of the pyramid represents the number of drinks given, ranging from the bottom row which begins at one drink, to the top which represents six drinks. Also, if a player calls someone out on a bluff incorrectly, they drink 2x the number of drinks they were assigned. If a player calls someone out on a bluff correctly, then the bluffer drinks 2x the drinks.
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