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How can you make Yahtzee score sheets?

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If you are in a pinch and need to create a quick Yahtzee score sheet, follow a few simple steps. This only takes a few minutes and requires paper, a ruler and a writing utensil.

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1. Divide the paper in half

Divide the piece of paper in half. The upper section is for all the single numbers, and the lower section is for all the dice combinations.

2. Draw the upper section

Write the numbers 1 through 6 in the upper section in their own columns, so that the 2 is directly below the 1, the 3 is directly below the 2 and so forth. Separate each number with a straight line. Beneath the 6, write down the number 35 and make a note to add 35 to the score above if it's 63 points or more. Leave a line below this where you can add up all the columns above.

3. Draw the lower section

In the lower section, write down three of a kind, four of a kind, full house, small straight, large straight, Yahtzee and chance in separate columns using the ruler to make straight lines between the categories. Beside the three of a kind and four of a kind categories make a note to add all the numbers of the dice together for the score. Beside the full house category write down 25 points. Beside the small straight and large straight categories write down 30 and 40 points respectively. Beside the Yahtzee category write down 50 points. Beside the chance category make a note to add all the numbers on the dice for the final score. Below the chance category leave one line to add up all the numbers of the lower section. Add another line where you can add up both upper section and lower section scores for your final score.

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