Sevens, Elevens, and Doubles

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Sevens, Elevens, and Doubles
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Genre(s) Drinking
Players 2+

Sevens, Elevens, and Doubles (also referred to as "7s, 11s, and doubles", "7/11/2x", Sloppy Dice[1] or Hero.[2]) is a drinking game played with two dice.[3][4] The game can be played with as few as two people, but is usually played in a group of five or more. The object of the games is to roll a 7, 11 or any double.

Rules[edit]

The players place a glass of alcohol in the middle of the table. The first player throws the dice. If they roll a 7, 11 or a double, the roller chooses a player to drink. If the roll is none of those, then the roller passes the dice to the left. Once a player rolls a 7, 11 or a double, they choose a player to drink. The player chosen to drink must consume everything in the center glass before the roller is able to roll another 7, 11 or a double. If they are successful in rolling before the glass is empty, the glass is refilled and the drinker tries again until successful. If the roller touches the dice before the drinker touches the cup, their roles are reversed. At any point, another player ("the rescuer") may "save" the drinker by taking the glass and drinking it. [5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cocktails and drinking games: Complete guide to bartending with over 500 cocktail recipes. Alcoholic beverages history, culture, and drinking styles. Over 100 drinking games and variations. MobileReferences. 2007. 
  2. ^ Nick Andrews, Taylor Ryan (2008). Get In Her Mind, Get In Her Bed. Brownfish. pp. 197–198. 
  3. ^ "The cup half full". The Dartmouth. 29 April 2011. Archived from the original on 2012-05-16. Retrieved 30 April 2011. 
  4. ^ Robert Jones (2007). Art of Culinary. Global Media. ISBN 81-89940-27-9. 
  5. ^ "Beer Game: Seven Eleven Doubles".