Cubs fans attempt world’s largest flip cup game for charity

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Cubs fans attempted a record-breaking flip cup game at Wrigley Field after Friday's win against the Arizona Diamondbacks, all in the name of charity.

Cubs players David Ross and Jason Hammel were the captains of two opposing teams who squared off in the outfield of the Friendly Confines. At stake: $40,000 for the charity of their choice. Each team of 100 fans each lined up face-to-face along long tables set up for the occasion.

For those unfamiliar with flip cup, players must drink the liquid in the cup before setting it on the edge of the table and flicking it so it lands upside-down.  Although the cups were filled with water, the competition was still heated.

The winning blue team earned the $40,000 for David Ross' selected charity.