## Biscuit

Also Known as..

Bizkit, Biskit

Similar to..

Players

3+

Equipment

A pair of standard dice, Booze

Intoxication Level

High

Setup

Biscuit is a drinking game originating in France. Players sit in a circle.

Gameplay

At the beginning of a round each player rolls the dice once. The first player to roll a three becomes the "Biscuit" for that round. The Biscuit drinks for every three that is rolled during the round.

Starting with the "Biscuit" each player rolls the dice and follows the rules stated below. Each player continues rolling until he/she rolls a number combination that results in no one drinking.

A round is over once the dice rotate through the group of players and return to the "Biscuit". The former "Biscuit" player is skipped and play resumes at the next player by searching for a new "Biscuit".

If a Player Rolls the Dice off the Table they must finish their entire drink.

Any 3 - The "Biscuit" player drinks for each three rolled

If the two dice total 7 Each player puts their thumb to their forehead and says “Biscuit!”. The last player drinks.

If a Player does this by mistake as if a 7 was rolled The player in question has to chug his/her entire drink.

If the two dice total 9 The person before the roller drinks

If the two dice total 10 The roller drinks

If the two dice total 11 The person after the roller drinks

If double 1 is rolled, The Roller gives one drink and takes one drink

If double 2 is rolled, The Roller gives two drinks

If double 3 is rolled, The Roller gives three drinks (Biscuit drinks twice because two 3’s are rolled)

If double 4 is rolled, The Roller gives four drinks

If double 5 is rolled, The Roller gives five drinks (Roller drinks because 10 is rolled)

If double 6 is rolled, The Roller gives six drinks and makes a rule (Only one rule remains in effect at a time; Rules are cleared at the end of each round

If a 2 and 1 is rolled, It is Known as a "Challenge". The roller chooses another player and challenges him/her to roll a 2 and a 1 in three or fewer rolls. One die or both dice can be used for each roll. If the challenged is unable to complete the task they take one drink. If the challenged completes the task, the dice are returned to the challenger to complete the task or face taking two drinks. The dice rotate between the two players, adding one drink each time, until a player is unable to complete the challenge.

If a 5 and 1 are rolled, It is Known as a "Fifty-one". All players drink

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