During the game of Beer Pong, otherwise known as Beirut, a team can call a Gentleman's Re-Rack only when two cups remain on the opponents side.

The name "Gentleman's Re-Rack" alludes to the fact that it can be called even if all of the teams re-racks are exhausted, and it is seen as a gentlemanly gesture to grant them one last re-rack (seeing as the last two cups are often far away from one another).

Unlike normal re-racks, a "Gentleman's" can be called mid-turn. Although a call for a "Gentleman's" can legally be rejected, the team that rejects it will forever be labeled selfish cowards.

The actual structure of a "Gentleman's Re-Rack" is two cups in a vertical line, running parallel to the sides of the table.
Team 1 "Hey yo, lemme' get Gentleman's Re-Rack"

Team 2 "yeah sure"

Team 1 "Can you straighten that out a bit?"

Team 2 "No doubt."
Por Young CB Buck 11 de junio de 2009

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