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How To: Use brush passing to control the game in foosball

Foosball, the tiny table-based version of soccer, is one of the most popular games in fraternity houses and bars across America. It's great for bringing four people together, and is easy to learn but difficult to master. If you're looking to improve you game, watch this video. It will show you how you can use brush passing to confuse your opponent and win more games.

How To: Prepare to play beer pong

In this tutorial, learn how to play the classic party game, beer pong. This video will walk you step by step through the process of buying the right supplies, setting up your table and making sure you play by the rules. Party on!

How To: Play the popular college party game, flip cup

The College Forums.com explains how to play the drinking game Flip Cup. The guys demonstrate a one-on-one match, but the game is normally played using teams, with one team on one end of a table and the other team on the other end. Every player starts off with a cup full of beer. To start, two players, one from each team, tap their cups on the table, tap their cups together, tap it on the table, then down the whole beer. They then take their empty cups, put them on the side of the table, and f...

How To: Do the 3-6-3 stack

The video shows you how to do the 3-6-3 cup stack. Beginning with a stack of six cups, create a pyramid using the cups. To begin, have two cups in the right hand and three in the left, and one in the center on the table. Stack one cup from each hand on each side of the center cup and then stack one cup from each hand in between each cup so that they are on the second level of the pyramid. Stack the last remaining cup in hand on the top level of the pyramid. To take down the stack, simultaneou...

How To: Make an instant indoor skating rink

Super easy game. Make sure you put up signs. The trick is furniture polish and a nice pair of socks. Wait five minutes for it to dry. Now you have a bedroom slip n slide. The furniture polish makes the floor ridiculously slippery as if you've got an indoor ice rink! Make an instant indoor skating rink.

How To: Turn a presidential debate into a drinking game

Presidential debates are riddled with clichés. Keep the democratic process interesting, and use the political farce as an opportunity to get shit-faced. Politics can be fun, especially with a little bit of alcohol. Find out how to turn a presidentail debate into a drinking game by watching this video party game tutorial.

How To: Play 'Never Have I Ever' to break the ice at parties

Never Have I Ever (or I Never, depending on which coast you're from) is a fantastic drinking game that requires no equipment or coordination. Just a preferably mixed group of drinkers with secrets to hide. This video will explain how to play this perfect ice breaker game and get to know your friends better than you ever wanted to.

How To: Play Diabolo YL

This video tutorial belongs to the Games category which is going to show you how to play Diabolo YL. In the beginning, roll the Diabolo on the left side. Then pull the right hand up and down, up and down and repeat this movement. To get the Diabolo spinning even faster, wrap the rope around the Diabolo while spinning it. The first trick is called 'throw'. To throw the Diabolo, stretch your arms and then catch the Diabolo with the stretched rope. The second trick is known as 'trapeze'. For thi...

How To: Fence in the office with Post-It Notes

Check out this Smart Show video by the Holiday Inn Express Hotels, which shows you how to have a little fun in the office. You can have your very own Office Olympics. Learn some basic team building skills, and learn how to play the games, like Post-It Note fencing, trashketball, and rubber band archery. Learn to work as a team, learn to have fun. The best thing here is learning how to Fence in the office with Post-It Notes. Yes!

How To: Break the ice at a party with game

In this video series you will learn several game ideas that don't involve a board, dice or cards and can be played by any group virtually anywhere. They can give you and your group or party hours of entertainment and possibly help you design your own game to play in the future. There are no rules to what you can come up with. Each video walks you step by step through the rules and details of each game designed by our professional party planner, Brenda Borg.

How To: Know the rules for dice games

As in ages past, many dice games are played in the company of gambling and drinking; though skill and enjoyment are still important elements of playing dice. In this video series, learn 40 different dice games you can play just for fun, for betting money, or for drinking with friends. Watch these video clips and get simple instructions for many different varieties of dice games.

How To: Play dominoes

Blake Whitaker has been playing dominoes for a long time and now he's here to teach you how to play. In this series, he goes over what you'll need, how to play, how to score, and some demonstrations.

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