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Where can you find free printable Bunco score sheets?

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Free, downloadable, printable Bunco score sheets are available from elversonpuzzle.com, apollostemplates.com, and blog.buncolator.com. All three sites offer PDF Bunco score sheets. Blog.buncolator.com also has JPG Bunco score sheets available.

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Buncoprintables.com offers free Bunco score sheets to people who join their mailing list. They also offer several themed versions of Bunco for $9.99 each. Themes include aloha, American pride, be my Valentine, bride to be, Christmas cheer, dog days, Easter eggs, grand slam baseball, and Mardi Gras madness.

A game of Bunco contains four sets of six rounds of play. The game is best suited to a large group of twelve people.

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    How can you create your own Bunco score sheets?

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    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.

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    Are there free online score sheets for Bunco?

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    Many websites, such as Elverson Puzzle, offer free online score sheets for Bunco. Elverson Puzzle offers score sheets that a player can download to a computer and print.

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    How do you create a bunco scorecard?

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    A bunco score card can be made by hand or by using an online scorecard maker. Some online scorecard makers provide templates that can be customized to include players' names.

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    How do you keep score in Bunco?

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    All team members keep their own score in Bunco by keeping track of the points gained by each roll of the dices. In addition, each team designates one person to keep track of the team's points. In Bunco, plays receive one point if one rolled die has the desired number, two points if two dice have the number and 21 points if all three dice rolled have the number.

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