The only thing you need is a coin to play the game, and possibly a prize for the winner. Just flip the coin you may get either heads or tails they choose heads by placing their hands on their heads, or they choose tails by placing their hands, then you flip the coin. If it’s heads, the people who have their hands on their heads move on to the next round. If it’s tails, the people who have their hands on their tails move on to the next round. You continue to do this process until you have a winner. When you are entering the game it will be more interesting, play the game with excitement till the end. It helps to have two people running the game because it’s annoyingly difficult to hold a microphone and flip a coin at the same time. You can have someone beforehand or select a volunteer to flip.
As stated in the directions after a few rounds, most people will be sitting down. Once about 10 people are standing, welcome them to the front of the stage to play so that the rest of the audience is still captivated and engaged in the game by watching. Pretty soon, you’ll be down to two players and finally a winner.
There is some option will happen, which is the game will be a move to tie honestly, this happens more often than not. If this comes up, you can do one of two things, if they both pick the winning one and stand back to play again. If they pick the losing option, laugh it off and tell them not to sweat it and that we’ll play again. Keep doing this process until they eventually pick opposite choices, then only we will be to find the winner. Let them come to a gentleman’s agreement where one picks and the other is just a kind human and takes the opposite choice. It is a game of luck after all. Sometimes I have them “flip” to see who gets to pick heads or tails. This is fun because it’s ironic that they have to pick heads or tails to choose who gets to pick first in the final round of heads or tails. Here is a secret to winning at heads or tails every single time. You just flip the coin and ask the heads or tails to your friends before you all look at the coin. And this is all using a real quarter. There are a few conditions that will be followed when playing the heads and tails. Which is the standard quarter will be placed or stopped between 1965 and 1998, and not counting 75 and 76, which the bi-centennial quarter was. You must be the coin flipper and catcher. You must use your bare hands. You need to practice a few times before taking this one to your family Christmas party.
New Twist and turns on the Traditional Heads or Tails Game
At a recent event, in the middle of a spirited game of Heads or Tails, we had guests offering dollar amounts 4-5 times the entry fee to get back into the game. They were waving cash in the air. What a fabulous opportunity they were offered. They certainly do not want to upset any of the guests still standing and in the game, but also did not want to dismiss this opportunity to raise more funds for this group. Because they had not mentioned a buy-back in option upfront when selling chances to play, we quickly took a poll of those guests still in the game.