An entire deck of cards are given out equally among a table of players with assigned roles.
The first person to get rid of all of their cards is the winner and is named the President.
The second player who is out of cards is the Vice President.
The third player out of cards is the Treasurer.
The second to last player is named the Beer Bitch (and has to get everyone beer the rest of the night).
The last player with cards is the A**hole (this player has to shuffle the cards, deal, and drink whenever someone tells them they have to drink).
If the game is being played for the first time and positions are unassigned. Whoever gets the 3 of Clubs is the President and has to lay that card down first to start the game.
What You Need:
4 Players or more
Each player will need their own drink
A full deck of cards
First Step: The A**hole will deal out the cards evenly to everyone until the cards are all gone. Once they are all dealt the 3 of Clubs starts the game and is placed face up on the table. If playing the first round whoever has the 3 of Clubs is the president. Whoever is next in rotation is the Vice President and so on.
Second Step: The President begins by playing their card and the turns go down from there shuffling through the Vice President Treasure and so on. The card played must be equal to or greater then the card that was last played. Jacks beat 10's, Queens beat Jacks and Kings beat Queens.
Deuces: These are "special" in that a single 2 card clears or burns the deck of cards that have been played. However it can only be played in turn after the highest card has been played.
If someone puts down more than one card of the same or equal alue.
A player puts down a card that is of equal or greater value then the card placed before them. A set of cards that are a greater value can also be played to get rid of your cards quicker.
If the next player puts down the same amount of cards with the same matching face value. The next player loses their turn and has to drink.
Players cannot lay down a set of cards of the same value that is a larger set.
*For Example: Someone lays down two 9's the next person cannot lay down three 9's. However if two 9's are played then the next player can be mean and place down thee 10's since the face values are greater. This should not be a problem unless you are playing with multiple decks.
If someone is unable to put down a greater matching value they must pass and take a drink.