Euchre Printables


Here are the printable items you will need for a Euchre Tournament for 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 36 or 48 players or any number of players between 8 and 48.
(After opening PDF page, click printer icon to print)

How to Run a Euchre Tournament
 
Click here for details on Euchre tournament forms (below)


Euchre Rotation Charts 
 
Click here for details on 
Euchre Rotation Charts

   Euchre Rotation Charts 
        for 8-11 players

   Euchre Rotation Charts 
        for 12-15 players

   Euchre Rotation Charts 
        for 16-20 players




Euchre Score Board
(for up to 48 people)
 


euchre score cards for 20 people
Score Board - 6 games
    20 players    24 players
    36 players    48 players


Score Board - 8 games
    20 players    24 players
    36 players    48 players


Score Board - 12 games
    20 players     24 players
    36 players     48 players



Euchre Player Score Card  
(tally cards)
Euchre Tournament Score Cards for 20 people


Player Score Card -  6 games

Player Score Card -  8 games

Player Score Card - 12 games



Euchre Table Score Card  
(tally cards)
euchre tally cards

Table Score Card - 6 games

Table Score Card - 8 games

Table Score Card - 12 games





Euchre Payout Table 


Printable Euchre Payout Table








Euchre Table Number Signs


Euchre Table Number Signs - 5 Tables

Euchre Table Number Signs - 12 Tables







9 comments:

  1. I am organizing a neighborhood progressive euchre tournament with 22 people (two will sit out each round). If each person deals twice at a table, approx how long will one round take? I'm trying to determine how many rounds we should play. Your site is great...thanks for all the info!

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    1. It takes about 20 mins/round. In 2.5 hours we usually play 6 to 8 rounds. If you have experienced players, things move along quicker. Sometimes you will have a slow table which will slow everyone else down. Since you have 22 people, I can do a custom Main Score Sheet for you since the one on my site only goes to 20 people. Just email me :-)

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  2. How does the 2 players sitting out work?

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    1. If you use a rotation sheet, there is a column that lists the sit-outs for each game. If you use chips or cards to assign partners, you have a sit-out chip or card for each sit-out. A different player will sit out for each game. When a player sits out, they will get 7 or 8 points.

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  3. I run a 56 person tournament every year over 7 tables......Each player plays a round and then sits out a round ie.4 to a table per time in a rotation.....do you by chance have a rotation chart for that?? or are you able to make one...everytime I try to do it myself people end up playing the same people, or against the same people quite a bit...Im trying to correct that!!

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    1. Making a rotation for 56 people would be a task!?! LoL Yes, I agree that no matter how we try to arrange things, even randomly, sometimes people do end up playing with/against the same people. It's hard to avoid. For that many people, I use the chip method for determining partners and just take what we get.

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  4. How do you get to the rotation charts. When I click on them, nothing comes up.
    Thanks!

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  5. I am planning my first tournament. Do you have a copy of the rules on the website so that I can have a copy at the tournament

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  6. I am hosting a euchre tournament this weekend and think I will have 24 players. I am trying to figure it the additional seating on my own without success. Any suggestions?

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