Round Table Fellowship Coin Rules
1. It is in every Tablers best interest to carry his coin with him at all times.
2. The tradition of a challenge is the most common way to ensure members are
carrying their coins.
3. The Challenge, which can be made at any time, begins with the challenger
drawing his coin and slapping or placing the coin on the table or bar.
4. A challenge can happen at any time when Round Tablers get together socially,
it doesn’t have to be an official Table event.
5. In noisy environments, continuously tapping the Fellowship Coin on a surface
may initiate the challenge.
6. Accidentally dropping the Fellowship Coin is considered to be a deliberate
challenge to all present.
7. Everyone being challenged must immediately produce their coin and anyone
failing to do so must buy a round of drinks for the challenger and everyone else
who has a Fellowship Coin.
8. Each member present who fails to produce their coin will buy a round of drinks
for the challenger and every member who has their coin.
9. However, should everyone challenged be able to produce their coin, the
Challenger must buy a round of drinks for the group.
10. While most Tablers usually carry their Fellowship Coin in wallets or pockets, the
rules permit a challenged person a ‘step and reach’ to fetch their coin.
11. Leaving the room to get a coin is not permitted and this is determined a forfeit.