Sueca (drinking game)
Sueca drinking game (Sueca meaning Swedish (female) in Portuguese) is a popular Brazilian drinking game often played by young adults. It shares a name with Sueca a 4 player-partnership point trick-taking card game but has no similarities in rules or purpose.
Sueca drinking games is a card game with the aim of consuming alcoholic beverages with moments of humour and is as entertaining as it is complex. The game involves players taking it in turns to draw a card from a shuffled deck, with every card having its own meaning and consequence. Sueca has a long list of rules which guarantees plenty of laughs and even more drinking.
Players & deck
The game is normally played by 4 or more players - the more people the better
There are no pauses or bathroom breaks (except in special circumstances of the "4" face card, explained below) and the last person standing is the winner.
Two full decks (without the jokers) are used and shuffled (usually with the Corgi shuffle and left on the table uncollected).
Cards are not dealt, but rather placed, face down, in the centre of the table, either in a neat stack or just left uncollected after a Gorgi shuffle. The game is played clockwise with the starting player selected at random.
The aim is to consume shooters of alcoholic beverages. The measure of the shot dose to be drunk is defined by the players and must be respected under the penalty of doubling the dose for the offenders.
Cards are drawn one at a time and shown to all players. Each card face (suite is irrelevant) has a function:
After a card being picked (or used, in the case of 4, 6 and 9), the cards are deposited in a discard pile. Once all cards are played this pile is shuffled and played again.
The game ends when the players give up and only one player remains. You can also end the game by finishing the deck.
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