Dice Gamers’ website has a page of Bunco FAQs (who knew?) that describes Bunco like this:
“Bunco has been around for a long, long time. It has been played in America at least since the 1800’s. It’s a game centered around three dice and usually three sets of four players, averaging a standard group of 12. It is a game of pure luck; no real skill is required other than rolling the dice. However, the game is played in upbeat and social settings involving a lot of eating, drinking, and talking, so there is always plenty to do! It’s meant to be a dice game that provides a great reason for a group of people to gather and socialize.”
Sound fun? We will start with appetizers at 5:30 pm at Camp Dart-Lo. Fun and prizes along with a wild and rollicking night of social frivolity – oh, and BTW, some dice gaming.
Your entry fee includes appetizers and 2 wine/drink tickets. Men and women are all welcome. No previous Camp Fire connection necessary. Each person MUST register separately.
Prizes will be awarded for Best Hawaiian Shirt, Most Buncos, Most wins, Most Loses, Traveler Award, Door Prizes