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Trivia at Michael Diversey's

Our usual Sunday night venue.

For those new to the group, we usually form up two teams, sometimes three (8 person max per team), so we'll have a sign on the table(s) indicating that it's us. We're usually at the back of the bar. Trivia starts promptly at 8 o'clock so we try to get there a little early to get settled in. It usually ends around 10:30 and some of us stay afterwards to hang out.

Trivia at Michael Diversey's consists of 5 regular rounds with 10-12 questions each and a speed round to finish things up.

Round 1 is a picture round.

Round 2 is a general trivia round but all 10 of the answers are themed. So maybe you have the answers "Ford Bronco" and "Lincoln Logs." At that point, the theme might be car brands or U.S. Presidents. Figuring out the theme gets you 2 points and can assist you in figuring out some of the other questions.

Round 3 is typically a music round. You get ½ a point for the artist and ½ a point for the song title.

Round 4 can be anything.

Round 5 is usually chosen the week before by the team that comes in fifth place. You are also allowed to double one of the first 5 rounds. So if you are pretty sure about all twelve answers in a particular round, double it to get 24.

The sixth round is a speed round. It consists of one question with 30 possible answers. It could be something like "Most populous cities in the U.S." or "current members of the Chicago Blackhawks." There's really no telling until he reveals the question. At that point you've got about 4 minutes to write down as many answers as possible.

On Sunday afternoon, the M.C. will post the topics for the rounds on Facebook and clues for Round 2 on Twitter.  I'll copy and paste them in the comments section so you know what you're getting yourself in to.

I can't seem to recall what the chosen category was for this week. Oh well, like you won't find out eventually

We'll see you Sunday!

-Nick

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  • Nick

    Here are the topics for tonight's rounds:
    RD 1- CELEBRITY EXES
    RD 2- GENERAL TRIVIA (CLUES JUST POSTED @BRAIN SPORTZ)
    RD 3- ONE HIT WONDERS
    RD 4- 90'S TRIVIA
    RD 5- THE T OF RYAN MURPHY (GLEE, NIP/TUCK, AMERICAN HORROR STORY, ETC.)
    RD 6- SPEED ROUND POLITICS

    October 21, 2012

    • Teresa

      Hooray for celebrity exes!

      October 21, 2012

  • Nick

    And here are the clues for round 2:
    Bristol, Chrysler, Am. Idol, Tennis, WWE, Radric Davis, Spencer Tracy, Cereal, Seinfeld, & Mark Wahlberg tonight in Gen Triv

    October 21, 2012

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