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Sueca (drinking game)

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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.

The game[edit]

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.[1] 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[edit]

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).

The deal[edit]

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 play[edit]

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:

Card Face Rule
Ace of spades A
Choose another person to drink.
2 of hearts 2
Choose two other people to drink.
3 of clubs 3
Choose three other people to drink.
4 of diamonds 4
The Bathroom Card - Whomever draws a 4 has the right to go to the bathroom at any point during the game (may keep the card until used). This card can also be traded to other players.
5 of spades 5
Memory game - Whomever drew the card must say a word. The next player has to repeat the previous word and add one. And so on. Example: Drawing player says "Mary". The next one says “Mary had”. The next one says “Mary had a”, and so on. A legible sentence is not required, words may be selected at random. The first person to get the sequence wrong drinks.
6 of hearts 6
Salute card - The player keeps that card - and then at any time during the game place the card on their forehead (in a salute). Everyone at the table must also salute, and the last to do so drinks.
7 of clubs 7
The "Pi" game - The player who drew the card speaks the number 1. The next player speaks the next number (2) and so on. The catch is that any multiple of three should be replaced by the word "pi". So it looks like this: Whoever took the three from the deck says “one”. The player on your left says "two". The one on the left says "pi". The next one says "four". The other "five". The other “pi”, and so on. The first player to make a mistake drinks.
8 of diamonds 8
The General Rule - The player create a rule that will be valid for the rest of the game, for example: "it is forbidden to speak the word 'drink'", or "before drinking a shot, the person has to shake". Whoever breaks the rule should drink (sometimes, again). The General Rule can be replaced by another General Rule (the next draw of an "8"), otherwise it lasts the entire game.
9 of spades 9
Double Salute card - Similar to the "6" card, the player keeps that card - and then at any time during the game place the card on their forehead (in a salute). Everyone at the table must also salute, and the last to do so must consume two drinks.
10 of hearts 10
The "I've Never" Game - The player makes statements beginning with “I've never ...,” going on to say something they have never done in their lives. Anyone at the table who has done the act in question has to drink. This card plays out exactly the same way as the Never Have I Ever game.
Jack of clubs J
All the men at the table drink.
Queen of diamonds Q
All the women at the table drink.
King of spades K
Every player drinks.

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.

See also[edit]

Other articles of the topic Drink : List of distilleries in Maryland, Lubelska, G.N.P.C., Hawke's Brewing Company, Caps (drinking game), Deep Eddy Vodka Distillery, The Australian Bar and Restaurant
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