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 
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

   More than 20 Players




Euchre Score Board
(for up to 48 players)
 

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

Euchre Score Board - 8 games
   20 Players       24 Players
   36 Players       48 Players

Euchre Score Board - 12 games
   20 People       24 People
   36 People       48 People

Euchre Score Board - 20 games
   20 People       24 People
   36 People       48 People


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

Player Score Card - 20 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

Table Score Card - 20 games






Euchre Payout Table 

Euchre Payouts
Printable Euchre Payout Table







Euchre Table Numbers
Euchre Table Number Signs


Euchre Table Number Signs
     5 Tables     12 Tables








23 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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    1. They should automatically come up when you click the link. Perhaps check if your pop-up blocker is on.

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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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    1. SO sorry I missed your comment ... I just published General Euchre Rules for your "casual" Euchre Tournaments: http://www.euchrefun.com/2015/11/general-euchre-rules.html. If you want Official Rules for "serious" Euchre Tournaments, check these out: http://ohioeuchre.com/Rules.php.

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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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    1. SO sorry I didn't see your comment when you made it .... I now have a Rotation Chart for 24 players available: http://www.euchrefun.com/p/euchre-printables.html.

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  7. I put this comment on another page. So I will repost it. Here is one option when you have enough players for full tables (multiple of 4). That is not having any odd number and players have to sit out. This works really nice when you have a large number of players.

    - Everyone is given a number 1-n
    - tables are numbered 1-n
    - first round 1-2 are partners, 3-4 are partners, etc
    - the losers of a round stay at the same table
    - the even number winner moves to next higher table (table 1 if they are at highest table)
    - the odd number winner moves to next lower table (highest table if they are at table 1)
    - to pair up for next round, losing team must split up, then an even and odd person pair up.
    - we typically play 10 rounds. However if you have full tables you can play any number of rounds.

    TIP: two even or two odd players are never partners.

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    1. Sorry, I don't have a rotation for 23 players available. You can check out http://www.EuchrePad.com. They offer both Progressive and Team player in 4 different layouts: Personalized, Personal Lite, Tally and Vegas. You can probably find one there that will work for you.

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  9. This is to whoever manages this site. The 20 player rotation page has a mistake. In the 7th round player 3 shows up twice and player 12 is omitted.

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    1. Thank you very much for letting me know! .... It has been fixed :-)

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  10. The 14 player rotation seems to have a mistake. Players 9 & 10 sit out only 1 time and all other players sit out 2 times. Seems like there should be a 13th round with all players sitting out twice??

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    1. Thank you for your feedback! I am in the process of redoing my Rotation charts to correct issues such as these. Stay tuned .... I will be posting when they are done.

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  11. Hi
    I am doing a 26 Player rotation of Progressive Euchre. We are starting at 8pm and want to try and finish between 12 and 1am at the latest. Now I know each round should take 20 - 30 minutes, so that makes approx 8 games. My question is, not each play will gets to sit out so they get the chance to play every game, it was mentioned that the By players get 7 to 8 points, would I make more sense to average out their score. Divide total number of games they played by the total and give them that total for their last game? Just wondering.
    Also do you have a rotational Chart for 26 players?
    Thanks
    Mike

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    1. Sorry, I don't have a rotation for 26 players. One easy alternative is to use the card method noted on this page: http://www.euchrefun.com/2013/03/euchre-rotation-charts_18.html or you can check out http://www.EuchrePad.com which offers a variety of different layouts. You can probably find one there that will work for you. Averaging the scores would be another way to handle the sit outs if you want to do those calculations. Hope you have a fun night!

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  12. Hi there, thanks for all of these resources! It makes things so much easier!

    I'm looking for standard house rules for a Euchre tournament. Do you have that available?

    Thanks!

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    1. I just published General Euchre Rules for your "casual" Euchre Tournaments: http://www.euchrefun.com/2015/11/general-euchre-rules.html. If you want Official Rules for "serious" Euchre Tournaments, check these out: http://ohioeuchre.com/Rules.php.

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