The Screw Your Neighbor drinking game requires a combination of logic and luck. Each players gets one turn per round to obtain a high card, through either trading or keeping cards.
Players sit around a table with their alcohol for the drinking game. Dealer hands out one card per player (face down), and puts the remaining stack in the middle.
The game starts with the player to the left of the dealer. A turn consists of either keeping the card you were initially dealt, or blindly swapping it with the player to your left. Each player gets only one turn per round, and the goal is not to end up with the lowest card at the end of the round. As the dealer goes last, he has the option of switching his card with the top card from the deck.
If the player to your right requested a trade with you, the only way out of accepting the trade is if you have a King (the highest card), in which case you block the trade request by flipping your King face up. Aces are conversely considered the lowest card in this alcohol drinking game. Whoever has the lowest card drinks either a cold beer or shot of some nice liquor!
Strategy: If you were forced into a trade and received a card higher than the one you gave away, you can pass, knowing that you aren't holding the lowest card.
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