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You can use any sort of a bunco score sheet, as long as it helps you keep score. Some party stores even sell bunco score pads.
If you want to make a bunco score card yourself, here is an example of the bunco score cards that we use at our monthly neighborhood bunco game.
Instructions for using this free score sheet:
As you play, write the name of your partner in each square, and keep a tally of the combined points of you and your partner.
Why? If you lose track of whether you won or lost a game you can go back and ask your partner.
If you win that round, circle it and mark it at the bottom on the "Wins" line. If you lose the round, draw an X across it and mark it at the bottom on the "Losses" line. And make sure you record any buncos (rolling three of a kind of the number you are trying to roll) at the bottom.
You don't have to draw a circle around the rounds you win, and you don't have to draw an X across the games you lose. BUT if you are like me, at some point someone will forget to put a tally at the bottom of the sheet. Having a circle around what you have won (and an X across those you have lost) make it easy to determine what your score it with a quick glance!
Don't want to make your own?
Click here to download a free printable copy of this bunco score sheet!
First you'll use the "Game One" column.You'll roll for 1's, then the next round you will roll for 2's, then the next round you will roll for 3's, etc. Each round you will have a new partner, and at the end of each round you will either have a win or a loss to record at the bottom of the bunco scoresheet.
Create a bunco scorecard for your themed bunco night by adding graphics to your card.
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