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Flip cup (Flippy Cup or Cups) is a team-based drinking game developed on college campuses.
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Flip cup (Flippy Cup or Cups)
is a team-based drinking game developed on college campuses. Two teams of an equal number of players stand on opposite sides of a table, facing one another. The players directly facing are opponents. In front of each teammate is a Solo cup  filled with a set amount of beer. Generally, the first line inside a Solo cup is used as a marker.

At the start, it is customary for the initiating players to make a toast, after which the first member of each team drinks the entirety of their beverage. When finished, the cup is placed open side up at the edge of the table, and the player who drank it attempts to flip the cup, by flicking or lifting the bottom until it flips and lands face down on the table, sitting on its mouth. The player may not use two hands, or blow on the cup to "guide" the cup to flip over. If player is unsuccessful on the first try, the cup is reset and re-flipped. Only after the first teammate is done flipping successfully can the next person proceed. Additionally, subsequent players may not touch or manipulate their cup until the previous player has successfully flipped their cup. Whichever team finishes drinking and flipping all its cups first wins.

Several flip-cup tournaments have been held in the United States.

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Batavia Downs Flip Cup 

The object of Batavia Downs Flip cup varies slightly from the original version. Batavia Downs Flip cup takes place around a circular table and requires a minimum of four players. Two players standing opposite of each other, start at the same time. As each player successfully drinks from and flips their cup the next person to their right (counter clockwise) goes. In addition, after each successful flip, players must refill their cup in the event that the player standing directly left of them successfully lands their cup. The game continues as a circular race until a player is unable to successfully flip their cup, before the person directly to their left flips theirs.

Essentially, Batavia Downs Flip cup is a continual chase around the table until one player is lapped. Unlike the original version of Flip cup, there is not a winning team or player, instead there is only a loser (the last player attempting to flip their cup).

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