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Cards And Dominoes

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How to make a Teeko board
How to make a
Ringo board
How to make a
Farkle scoring sheet
How to make a
Cam board
How to make a
Camelot board

John Scarne Biography

It’s simple to make your own Teeko game. Simply save and print the board image shown below. Then paste it onto a hard backing, such as a cut piece of cardboard, and you’re ready to play. 

For playing pieces, you can use checkers men, chess pawns, Go pebbles, or Pente stones.  You need four markers for each player. Be creative and see what you can come up with!

Some rules variants require the playing pieces to have visible numbers on top. For this I recommend checkers men with written or pasted numeric identifiers.

To save the board image, in most browsers you right-click the mouse over the image, then save it to a file.  Then you can easily resize it (if necessary) and print it to suit.

Read about Teeko and its rules
here.

teeko_board
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It’s simple to make your own Ringo game. Simply save and print the board image shown below. Then paste it onto a hard backing, such as a cut piece of cardboard, and you’re ready to play. 

For playing pieces, you can use checkers men, chess pawns, Go pebbles, or Pente stones.  You need 4 pieces for the defender and 7 for the attacker. 

To save the board image, in most browsers you right-click the mouse over the image, then save it to a file.  Then you can easily resize it (if necessary) and print it to suit.

Read about Ringo and its rules
here.

GOOD_ringo_board
farkle scoring sheet

Here is a Word-format file that contains a Farkle scoring sheet you can use.   If for some reason you can not use the Word-format file, here is a Farkle scoring pad sheet.  The Word-format file is preferable because it includes a scoring summary at the bottom of the page.

Read about Farkle and its rules
here.

FARKLE Score Pad                                  www.CardsAndDominoes.com

 

 

 

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John Scarne Biography

It’s simple to make your own Cam game. Simply save and print the board image shown below. Then paste it onto a hard backing, such as a cut piece of cardboard, and you’re ready to play. 

For playing pieces, you can use checkers men, chess pawns, Go pebbles, or Pente stones. You have to distinguish between the men and the knights. I recommend the Pawns and Knights from a chess set.

To save the board image, in most browsers you right-click the mouse over the image, then save it to a file.  Then you can easily resize it (if necessary) and print it to suit.

Read about Cam and its rules
here.

cam_board203

Image Courtesy of the World Camelot Federation

John Scarne Biography

It’s simple to make your own Camelot game. Simply save and print the board image shown below. Then paste it onto a hard backing, such as a cut piece of cardboard, and you’re ready to play. 

For playing pieces, you can use checkers men, chess pawns, Go pebbles, or Pente stones. Remember that you have to distinguish between the men and the knights. You could use chess Pawns and Knights, but Camelot requires 4 Knights for each side (not just two).

To save the board image, in most browsers you right-click the mouse over the image, then save it to a file.  Then you can easily resize it (if necessary) and print it to suit.

Read about Camelot and its rules
here.

camelot_board02

Image Courtesy of the World Camelot Federation

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