- most buncos
- most wins
- most losses
- bunco prize
At the end of the game the hostess gathers up the
players tallied scoresheets. She and a helper pull aside
the scoresheets for the most buncos, most wins, highest
score, and most losses. From the loser pile, three
scoresheets are randomly pulled for the loser lottery by
the hostess. The prize lists indicates how many loser
lottery's there will be. To determine the winner or winners
for the loser lottery, the hostess rolls a die. The number
rolled is the number the players will roll for. Each player
takes a turn. If a player rolls the intended number she
rolls again and until she no longer rolls the number. The
next players take turns rolling for the intended number.
The player who rolled the intended number the most wins the
loser lottery. If there are 2 loser lotteries, the 2
remaining players roll off.
The player who has the fuzzy dice at the of the last
round in the last set, receives the bunco prize. The bunco
prize is a $10.00 gift picked out by the hostess, or $10.00
in cash. The prize can come out of the bunco contributions
as soon as there is enough extra money to do so. In our
group we have decided to replace the bunco gift with the
$10.00. Hostesses like the convenience of the money and
winners like to receive cash.
To have money available for supplies and prizes we ask
each player to give $4.00 to play. We follow the $3.00
listing on the prize sheet when giving prizes. This leaves
us with extra dollars to save in an envelope and store with
the bunco supplies. We keep written track of each prize
paid out and to whom, and keep receipts for any supplies
bought with the money.
Rules, prize giving, and contributions, can be decided
upon by the group and then written down for game
Consider one prize to a player. If one player has both
the highest score and the most buncos, award the player the
prize with the higher amount and the second prize to the
next player. This way more players will have a chance to
win a prize.