Three-Man is a very simple but very addictive drinking game. All you need for it is a pair of six-sided dice, a throwing surface (preferrably a table), alcohol, and at least three people to play. An ideal number of people is 4, but anywhere between 3 and 6 people will work fine. Less than that, and you're better off playing drunk-poker or something...more than that, and there will be too much down time between turns. The rules are simple. You throw the dice, and according to what numbers come up, certain people drink. You play with two six-sided dice, and the number combination determines the drinker.
If this will be your first time playing, I recommend you start this first thing in the evening, so you can actually understand the rules before getting too tipsy. This is a game to be played with beer or some form of mixed drinks. NO SHOTS are involved in this game...don't worry about it, you'll get drunk.
Okay, here are the dice rolls, and who drinks. Decide who goes first (randomly, or just whoever picks up the dice first). You can decide who your three-man is, but that's not necessary, the dice will decide eventually. Three-man is not a desired position to hold, unless you want to drink more than everybody else. Three-man drinks every time a three is rolled (that's a natural 3, on one of the dice. If the two dice total 3, then a different thing happens...I'll get to that in a moment. The dice are passed when someone rolls, and no one is forced to drink because of that roll. They are always passed to the right.
That's it! It's simple, once you get the hang of it. Have a pleasant night getting plastered!
Rules for Three-Man, Edinburgh Style, will be coming soon, as soon as I can tear myself away from playing the game and get back to the computer.
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