Weighted Bunco Scores

We weight our scores. To do that, the each table uses a different colored pin to mark down the wins and losses for each player. The high table uses a red pen. Then at the end of the night, wins and losses that are in red count double in your tally (because they came from the high table). If you use a red pen it is much easier to keep track of it at the end of the night. So each red win counts as two points, and each red loss counts as two points. Wins and losses from the other tables still count as just one points. Then, the person with the most winning POINTS wins (not just most wins for the night). Same thing with losses - the person with the most loss POINTS wins a prize, instead of the person with just the most losses.

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