Intro to Flong:
We recommend reading the Rules tab while watching the video, then read through the FAQ to get a full understanding of the game.
The Variations tab contains different versions or rules of Flong recognized by Pro Beer Sports.
-Flong is played similarly to Beer Pong, except with a cup flipping element.
-The objective of the game is to hit the last cup with a shot and for your team's flipper to win the flip at the same time.
-Each team must decide who will be the two shooters and who will be the one flipper.
-A shooter may permanently switch their flipper when their team has five or less cups.
-First shots are determined by a flip off between both team's flippers.
-Every time a cup is hit, the flippers pick up their cups off the table and have a flip off.
-Flip offs are when both flippers pick up their cups, drink the beer, then flip their cup.
-The team who lost the flip loses a cup.
-If both team players hit their shots, they get the balls back to shoot again.
-Players may bounce the ball instead of shooting. If successful, it counts as 2 cups.
-Players may swat away bounced shots with no consequence.
-Each player gets a single Island shot call. If successful, it counts as 2 cups.
-An Island cup is a single cup with no cups adjacent to it.
-If any cup other than the Island cup is hit, it doesn’t count.
-Every cup but the last cup can be removed by winning a flip.
-The only way to win is to hit the last cup then also have a successful flip.
-No rebuttal. Once the last cup has been hit with a winning flip, the game is over.