A game variant of the commonly refereed to the beer game 3x the charm which is often difficult and time consuming. 2x the charm is more common for a winner to win with more ease. The actual game is when you line up two paddles on opposite sides of a ping pong table and then have a cup with 1/3 of a beer can in there. Each player receives two ping pong balls and an opportunity to throw them at the other person's paddle. If hitting the opponent's paddle twice the player who has been hit must drink their cup and then refill again. This cycle continues until someone finishes their beer; thus, making them the loser. Rebuttals (a term often used in Ruit) are allowed.

This game was originated in Barrington, IL by two men who did not have cups to play Ruit ( a variant of Beer Pong) and came up with a concept similar. They were the first to play.
Ah man! We have no cups for ruit, let's play 2x the charm!

My friend and I played 2x the charm last night for 2 hours and got pretty drunk.
by Smoky S and Capital R July 10, 2009

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