The rules are unknown because the inventor of the game, Brett Kavanaugh, Some of Brett's favorite drinking games include Devils Triangle and Quarters. "'Devil's Triangle' was a drinking game we came up with in high school," said a letter signed by DeLancey Davis, Bernard McCarthy Jr., Paul. "Renate Alumnius," "Devil's Triangle," and "boofing," annotated. There are two yearbook references to sports games — one college, one pro.
Each player designates one number as his Devil's Triangle (without knowing where the triangle is on the board). Triangles are captured by being surrounded on. What Is 'Devil's Triangle'? — Everything To Know About Brett Kavanaugh's Favored 'Drinking Game'. Brett Kavanaugh. Shutterstock. President. Official Hidden Expedition Devil's Triangle game site. Explore the mysterious Devil's Triangle with this exotic Hidden Object game from Big Fish Games.
For "Devil's Triangle," Kavanaugh explained that it is a drinking game involing three glasses, placed on a table like a triangle. One person tries. Devils triangle is a threesome with two men and one woman, not a drinking game like Quarters, as Kavanope would like everyone to believe. Six people have now said publicly that they played a drinking game called Devil's Triangle that originated at Kavanaugh's high school.