The 7 secrets to dominating beer pong

The 7 secrets to dominating beer pong

There’s no one secret to being good at beer pong… turns out there’s a whole bunch of them. And we’ve got ’em all, thanks to dutifully recording the accumulated wisdom of Mike “Sonoma Joe” Sievert, who won the championship (and a cool $50,000) at the World Series of Beer Pong VIII with his “g”-abhorring team, Drinkin Smokin Straight West Coastin. ( Yes, it’s a real thing, and you can sign up for IX right here. ) BPong LLC 1. Choosing a teammate is critical Hand-eye coordination and muscle memory are two must-have skills in order to be good at pong, says Seivert, so it would help to find a former athlete. And while shorter players can be good, height is helpful too. World champ Seivert is 6’6″ and his teammate is 6’4″. Might wanna tweet @YaoMing and see if he’s busy during the next World Series. Bpong.com 2. Prepare for battle Seivert says it’s important to “get a buzz going”. You don’t want to get too buzzed, but taking the edge off helps with the pressure, and won’t have a negative effect on your hand-eye coordination. Plus you get to be drinking! He recommends starting 90min before a match. Bpong.com 3. Play, play, play The best way to get good at something is to do it a lot, which is why we’re so good at doing sex with your mother. OH SNAP! RANDOM MOM SEX JOKE INTERLUDE! But for real, don’t just play at house parties. There are weekly tourneys at bars all over the country, and Seivert says putting yourself in high-pressure situations repeatedly will make you a better player. Bpong.com 4. Your aim must be true Our boy “Sonoma Joe” says you should always start from the front and work your way to the back cups. The […]

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