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Team Trivia Night!

Team Trivia Night!

Dec 9, 7:00pm - Dec 9, 9:00pm

Lake Ann Brewing Co.6535 First StLake Ann, MI49650 Map

Team Trivia with host Tom Kaspar in the heated tent on the patio!

Details-No team size limit, but around 6 is perfect.
Games typically take two hours to play and consist of three rounds of general knowledge questions.

The first two rounds each consist of three questions where teams may choose to use either 6, 4 or 2 points, using each point value once. There will also be a 2 point bonus question offered after each of the first two rounds.

Before beginning the third round, we will have a multi part intermission question with four possible answers, each worth 2 points, for a possible maximum of 8 points.

Scoring changes in the third round which includes ten questions. Teams may use point values 10 to 1, again using each point value one time.

After the third round, we’ll report the standings before moving to our final question where teams may wager up to 20 points. Correct answer have the value of their wager added to their score. Incorrect answers will have their wager subtracted from their total.

At that point we’ll tally scores, announce winners and award prizes to our top three teams.
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Team Trivia Night!

Team Trivia Night!

Dec 16, 7:00pm - Dec 16, 9:00pm

Lake Ann Brewing Co.6535 First StLake Ann, MI49650 Map

Team Trivia with host Tom Kaspar in the heated tent on the patio!

Details-No team size limit, but around 6 is perfect.
Games typically take two hours to play and consist of three rounds of general knowledge questions.

The first two rounds each consist of three questions where teams may choose to use either 6, 4 or 2 points, using each point value once. There will also be a 2 point bonus question offered after each of the first two rounds.

Before beginning the third round, we will have a multi part intermission question with four possible answers, each worth 2 points, for a possible maximum of 8 points.

Scoring changes in the third round which includes ten questions. Teams may use point values 10 to 1, again using each point value one time.

After the third round, we’ll report the standings before moving to our final question where teams may wager up to 20 points. Correct answer have the value of their wager added to their score. Incorrect answers will have their wager subtracted from their total.

At that point we’ll tally scores, announce winners and award prizes to our top three teams.
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