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5.
a drinking game involving a rack of 10 cups half full of beer at two ends of a ping pong table. Two teams attempt to throw ping pong balls into the cups, re-racking at 6, 3,2, and 1; not 4. This game is NOT called beer-pong. If you think it is, you clearly are not from the north east, and probably throw underhand and enjoy bounce shots.
Hey man, beirut should only be legal in the north east.
by sweetlax February 05, 2006
 
8.
A completely different game then beer pong, beirut is played with two doubles teams, in which two seperate stacks of 6 cups are set up in pyramid formation and filled with two beers per stack. Each player shoots once using a longneck bottle cap (not folded, contrary to popular belief), and if both players make their respective cups in the same turn, then they get to shoot again. After the teams cups are down to six total, the team must "re-rack" or consolidate all of their cups onto the side of the other team's chosing. Depending on house rules, if one team completes the game before the other team can re-rack then a naked run or some other equivelent might be in order.
I was not on top of my game last night... I lost at beirut before I could re-rack and had to do a naked run around my house.
by beirut queen May 11, 2005
 
9.
A term in beer pong used when you eliminate the opposing team through methods besides sinking all the cups.
1) Getting the ball in a cup your oppenent is holding.
2) Getting the ball in the same cup your teammate just made.
These methods result in instant victory.
I predict that the you will be beiruted in the first round.
by The Kaz April 28, 2006
 
10.
A simplified variation of beer pong. In this version, there are no no ping pong balls- instead, a regular metal bottle cap from a beer bottle is bent in half until its opposite ends touch (resembles a taco-like half-moon).
In addition, this version of beer pong includes no special rules (e.g. no blowing the ball from the cup, no double shots, etc., no rules on when/when not to rack the remaining cups).
Instead, each team takes turns shooting at the opponents' cups, and if a cup is hit, the remaining cups are instantly racked (meaning the remainder are immediately moved together into one of the normal beer-pong setups).
If both players from the same team hit a cup during their turn (or, if playing as a one-man-team, if he/she hits), they are allowed to shoot again.
The final cup you must hit is positioned anywhere on the table by your opponent. If you and your partner hit the cup, you have won. If only one of you hits the cup, the opposing team is allowed one final chance to rally, and clear the remaining cups without missing a single shot.
"Wanna play beer pong?"
"Nah, we don't have any balls and I hate all your rules. Let's just play Beirut."
by grenade October 19, 2005