Bluff Me is a drinking game made for poker fans and liars!
Sip Score: *** Medium-Sipping game (Or, light if you have a steely poker face)
Game Description: The primary point of the Bluff Me drinking game is to convince your opponents that you cards that you really don’t…
Number of Players: Minimum of two
You Will Need: A pack of cards and a generous amount of booze.
How to Play: Assign one player as the dealer, who will deal 5 cards to each player. Put the remaining cards on the table and note that they represent two fingers of booze. The dealer then turns over one of the surplus cards, which prompts the rest of the players to check their cards to see if they have one of the same value (i.e. suit, number) as the turned-over car. Proceed with the game according to the rules and hold a poker face to your advantage!
Rules of the Game:
MATCHING CARD TURNED OVER:The player in possession of the same value card as the one the dealer turns over has to nominate another player to drink two fingers of booze.
BLUFFING: If a player doesn’t have a matching card, they can ‘risk’ and nominate another player to drink the penalty two-fingers of alcohol. They do not have to show their cards to prove there is a match.
IF NOMINATED PLAYER BELIEVES THERE IS A MATCH: Then the person nominated by the ‘matcher’ has to drink two fingers worth of alcohol.
IF NOMINATED PLAYER DOESN’T BELIEVE THERE IS A MATCH: And suspects the ‘matcher’ of bluffing, he must say “BLUFF ME,” at which point the alleged bluffer must show his cards.
IF YOU ARE CAUGHT BLUFFING: Punishment is to drink FOUR FINGERS of ALCOHOL.
IF YOU WRONGLY CALL A BLUFF: Punishment is also to drink FOUR FINGERS of ALCOHOL.
A TWIST TO THE GAME: The dealer can make the players memorize 5 cards in 5 seconds and then put them back into the two finger pack of surplus cards. When the next card is flipped over on the table by the dealer, the players will need to fire their memories up to try to recall if they have a similar card in their possession. If they are not sure, they can bluff and hope that their poker face gets them through! If the bluff gets caught out and they don’t have a matching card, the four finger penalty applies.
You Lose: If your poker face gets continually caught out and you have no matching cards.