Two websites that offer free printable Bunco score sheets are ApollosTemplates.com and ElversonPuzzle.com. Individual score sheets and table score card templates are both available. They can be easily printed from a computer on a standard size 8.5-by-11-inch sheet of paper.
Some websites also offer customizable score sheets; however, the only information needed on a Bunco score sheet is a space to record the number of rounds won and lost as a team. Each player has a personal scorecard to record the number of Buncos scored individually as well as the team scores.
Bunco is a progressive dice game brought to the Unites States from England in the 1800s. It is played in teams of two at tables of four players each. The object of the game is to score as many points as possible by rolling three dice.
A Bunco occurs when all three of the dice land on the number the player is trying to roll.
The first team at the head table to reach 21 points ends the round for all tables. Players switch seats and partners at the end of rounds, so one has a different partner for each round. At the end of the game, prizes are usually awarded for the most wins, most losses and most Buncos.