• Bunco (dice game) is played in two to four sets and totally six rounds in each set. • The participant sitting at the head of the table gives a sign (rings a bell) to signal the start and end of each round. • During a game of dice, players take turns rolling three dice in order to try and earn as many points as possible. Ideally, all players at all the tables played simultaneously. • During each round, players attempt to roll the exact same number as the number of the round (for example, rolling three 3's in the third (3) round would earn the player points). • For every number rolled that is matching the round number (1 to 6), 1 point is given to the player. • A participant keeps rolling until they score no points. The keeper of the scores then write down the score earned onto the table tally as the temporary team score. Then the dice are passed to the player on the left. • When the head table has earned in total 21 points, the round is finished. The head table rings a bell to signal that the round has ended. • At the end of each round, players change partners and/or tables. • At the end of a game, there are typically multiple "winners". However, the player(s) that scored most Buncos, wins. It will depend on the players if also the second and third best may earn prizes for their successes.
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