[Nfbc-info] How to play Bunco

Angela fowler fowlers at syix.com
Fri Aug 14 13:55:06 UTC 2009

Sounds like a lot of fun. I especially love the requirement that we all stop
for cookies halfway through the game. Seriously though, it sounds like a
great opportunity to meet folks as the game necessitates moving from table
to table and teaming up with different folks. 

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Behalf Of Mary Willows
Sent: Thursday, August 13, 2009 10:00 PM
To: NFB of California List
Subject: [Nfbc-info] How to play Bunco

Bunco is a dice game.
Each group is made up of 12 people.  You can have as many groups as
Each group is broken up into 3 tables of 4 people.
One of the tables is called the "head table".  This table is the control
table that determines when the round is over.
A round consists of 2 teams at each table rolling the dice and keeping track
of scores.
First, you roll for one dot on the di.  Then, roll for the 2 dots, then 3
dots and so on.
Scores are kept according to how many of the same number does are rolled.
When the head table calls Bunco everyone rotates to the next table and takes
another partner and starts the round again.
Half way through, everybody must stop for cookies.  Then proceed for the
last 2 rounds.
At the end of 4 rounds the winners are determined by how many bunco's are
We will use the money for a 50/50 prize at the end.  Bring in lots of door
prizes and the prize categories can go on and on and on.

It's a lot of fun.  Bring all your friends and make the pot as high as

I hope that helps.
Mary Willows, President
National Federation of the Blind of California mwillows at sbcglobal.net 

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