Naval High/Low Drinking Game Rules
1 Deck of Cards
To start each player draws a card. The one closest to 7 is dealer.
The player then has to guess red or black until the right color comes up. The player must take a drink for every card (not the number on the card) guessed wrong.
Once red or black has been decided the player then moves on to high/low. The drinker must guess a minimum of 4 cards correct in a row before he/she may pass to the next person. At any time if the card is a 7 the player must guess. Regardless of the number of cards guessed. If at anytime the guess is incorrect the player must take drinks for the number of cards, not the number on the cards, and start over at red or black. If high or low is called and the same card appears then the player must drink double the number of cards on the table, and start over with red/black.
Passing- When a pass is made the drinks (number of cards) are passed on to the next person who must then guess high/low on the last card drawn.
Aces are either the highest or lowest. e.g. A Queen is on the table and the player guesses low and pulls an ace. That Ace is lower than a 2. and vice versa. If the player pulls double aces they must drink triple the number of cards on the table.
Face cards. If the player is guessing on a face card and guesses wrong they must drink double the number of cards on the table. If the face card is the same, then the player must drink four times the number of cards on the table. e.g. The player's top card is a Jack, The obvious guess would be low, the next card pulled is a Queen then the player must drink double the number of cards, and start over with red/black.