Jokers Wild Low Budget Sport Card And Dice Games

Jokers Wild Low Budget Sport Card And Dice Games

by James Loftus

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ISBN-13: 9781467871495
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 12/01/2011
Pages: 60
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.14(d)

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Jokers Wild Low Budget Sport Card and Dice Games


By James Loftus

AuthorHouse

Copyright © 2011 James Loftus
All right reserved.

ISBN: 978-1-4678-7149-5


Chapter One

Football

1. Football Dice Game

1 dice. Cards use ace through 6.

Rules Each quarter 3 cards or 3 rolls of the dice. Ace or 1= 0 2 = 0 3 = field goal or 3 points. 4 = 0 5 = 0 6 = touchdown or 6 points. Extra point good if it is 2 through 6 For cards reshuffle after 2 quarters.

2. Football Dice Game Variation

1 = 0 yards 2 = 2 yards. 3 = 3 yards. 4 = 4 yards. 5 = 5 yards. 6 = 6 yards.

Back to back ones equal fumble. Field goals 50-55 5&6 good 40-49 yards 4 through 6 good 30-39 yards 3 through 6 good 20-29 yards 2 through 6 good. 1-19 yards good.

Punts are always 40 yards no return 50 rolls of the dice = 1 quarter

3. Football

1 deck of cards 2. Fourty cards per quarter 3. Reshuffle every quarter 4. High card gets the ball first. Ace = 1 yard. 2 = 2 yards 3 = 3 yards 4 = 4 yards 5 = 5 yards 6 = 6 yards 7 = 7 yards 8 = 8 yards 9 = 9 yards 10 = 10 yards J q k = 0 yards. 2 jokers = interception or fumble

Rules Start of game after score second half. The ball will be placed on the 30 yard line. Punts are always 40 yards, no return. Jokers Wild Low Budget Sport Card and Dice Games Field goals. 50-55 yards a—10 good 40-49 yards, a—8 good 30-39 yards, a—6 good. 20-29 yards a—4 good 1-19 yards good. Extra point king no good For higher scoring games 50 cards per quarter.

Baseball

1. Baseball

2 dice. 2 = home run 12 = triple 3 = double 11 = double 4 = walk 10 = single 5 6 7 8 9 = out 7 = sacrifice 1 base. 2 = 7 s in a row error

2. Baseball

3 dice. 3 = home run 4 = triple 5 = double 6 = single 7 = single 8 = walk 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 = out

Back to back same number home run.

3. Baseball Cards

1 deck of regular cards. Ace of spades = home run Ace of clubs = triple Ace of diamonds = double Ace of hearts = double All q and j singles 10 sacrifice 1 base Walk back to back same card 2 jokers 1 base error 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 = out

No force runs you must advance a runner from 2nd base with a double or better Reshuffle after 3 innings.

4. Baseball Cards

2 regular decks of cards plus 1 joker All red cards are outs. Runners move up 1 base. Ace of spades = home run Ace of clubs = triple King of spades = double King of clubs = double Black queens = single Black jacks = single Black tens = walk Black nines = error Black eights = hit by pitch Black sevens = fielders choice Black 2 3 4 5 6 = out Joker 1 base error

Variation high scoring game Black sixes = walk Reshuffle every 3 innings

Baseball another version using dice.

3 outs per inning Roll 1 dice 1 = a run 2 3 4 5 6 = outs. 9 inning game for pro scoring 6 inning game for little league scoring.

Hockey

1. Hockey

Deck of cards plus 1 joker 13 cards per period 3 periods per game

Ace = goal joker = goal Reshuffle after each period Overtime alternate first ace wins

2. Hockey

3 dice needed for this game. 3 dice x 2 per period 6 dice total per period 3 periods per game.

1 is a goal 2 3 4 5 6 = no goal Overtime first player with an ace wins. High dice goes first.

3. Hockey

1 deck of cards ace—6 6 cards per period. Ace is a goal

Overtime first ace wins Reshuffle after each period

Golf

1. Golf

Deck of cards Red cards = par Blackcards 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 = bogey Black cards 10 jacks queens = double bogey Black kings and aces = birdy. James Loftus

2. Golf

Card & dice game mix R = red card B = black card Black ace = penalty Par 3 R = use dice B + b = dice B + r = dice Par 4 R+r = dice B + r = dice B + b + r/b = dice R + b + r/b = dice Par 5 R + r + b/r = dice R + b + r = dice R + b + b + r/b = dice B + r + r = dice B + r + b + r/b = dice B + b + b + b/r = dice Putting. 1 and 6 = 1 putt 2 4 5 = 2 putt 3 = 3 putt Jokers Wild Low Budget Sport Card and Dice Games

3. Golf

For Dice Game use 1 Dice For card game use Ace—6 For cards reshuffle after 6 holes

Amatuer College Pro

Par 3 Par 3 Par 3 1 = par 1 = par 1 = par 2 = birdy 2 = birdy 2 = birdy 3 = par 3 = par 3 = par 4 = bogey 4 = bogey 4 = bogey 5 = double bogey 5 = par 5 = par 6 = triple bogey 6 = par 6 = par

Par 4 Par 4 Par 4 1 = par 1 = par 1 = par 2 = par 2 = par 2 = par 3 = birdy 3 = birdy 3 = birdy 4 = par 4 = par 4 = par 5 = bogey 5 = bogey 5 = bogey 6 = double bogey 6 = bogey 6 = par

Par 5 Par 5 Par 5 1 = par 1 = par 1 = par 2 = par 2 = par 2 = par 3 = par 3 = par 3 = eagle 4 = birdy 4 = birdy 4 = birdy 5 = par 5 = par 5 = par 6 = bogey 6 = bogey 6 = par

4. Golf

Par 3 cards and dice mix. Ace—9 your putting on the green 10 jack queen = bogey King = double bogey.

Putting

Ace putting use dice 3 4 5 6 = birdie. 2 putting 4 5 6 = birdie 3 putting 5 6 birdie 4-9 putting 6 = birdie If no birdie it is a par.

Par 4 and par 5 same rules As the par 3 holes.

5. Golf Game

Dice 1 Make up a realistic golf course

Rules 6 = 300 yards 5 = 250 yards 4 = 200 yards 3 = 150 yards 2 = 100 yards 1 = 50yards

If you go over the green it counts as being on the green The farther you go past the green determines how many Putts are used to make it in the hole If your shot is perfect distance it is a hole out If your shot is within 25 yards = 1 putt If your shot is 26-200 yards over the green it is a 2 putt If your shot is 201 yards or more over the green it is a 3 putt

Make 2 holes 1 per side divisable by 50 so there can be a hole out

6. Golf

Make up realistic golf course

Reshuffle cards after 6 holes

Ace = 250 yards Jack queen and kings = 200 yards 8 9 and 10s = 150 yards 5 6 and 7s = 100 yards 2 3 and 4s = 50 yards One joker = penalty stroke

If you go over the green it counts as being on the green The farther you go past the green determines how many Putts are used to make it in the hole If your shot is perfect distance it is a hole out If your shot is within 25 yards it is a 1 putt If your shot is 26-150 yards over the green it is a 2 putt If your shot is 151 yards or more over the green it is a 3 putt

Make 2 holes 1 per side divisable by 50 so there can be a hole out

Tennis

1. Tennis

Cards Ace—6 or one dice 2 players High card or dice wins one game 6-6 tiebreaker next highest dice or card wins. If there is another tie go again Until there is a winner

Soccer

1. Soccer

Deck of cards 1 joker 13 cards per half Ace or joker = goal Most goals win James Loftus

Soccer 2.

Cards ace through 6 and 1 joker 8 cards per half ace or joker = goal

3. Soccer

Dice 1 = goal 2 dice 4x per half Rules same as a—6 cards

Lacrosse

1. Lacrosse

Cards Ace—6 12 cards per quarter Ace = goal

2. Lacrosse

1 dice 4 x per quarter 1 = goal

Basketball

1. Basketball

Cards Use Ace—7 6 cards per quarter Add up total If your total is less than 14 2 free cards If your total is less than 18 1 free card Reshuffle at half time Overtime 3 cards * added fun add 1 joker = 5 points plus extra card

2. Basketball Dice

3 dice 2 times per quarter for low scoring games Alternate throwing of the dice Most points win If under 10 3 free dice If under 12 2 free dice If under 14 1 free dice Overtime 3 dice total wins

2 dice 4x for higher scoring games If under 16 2 free dice If under 18 1 free dice

3. Basketball

dice game 2 dice alternate throws Add up total of the dice First to a hundred wins 50 = halftime whoever is winning At half goes first in the 2nd half

Another version of the same game use 1 dice The last player always has a chance To win with the last throw.

For college scoring first to 75 wins.

Boxing

1. Boxing Dice Game

1 dice high dice wins the round If there is a tie roll again high dice wins 15 round fight If you get back to back same number you Win the round 10-8. Even if it is a tie. If you get the same number 3 times in a row you Win by knockout. Whoever has the most points Wins the fight if there is a tie it's a draw. 10 point must system will be used for scoring.

2. Boxing Card Game

12 round fight Each round high card wins the round After 12 rounds whoever wins the most Rounds wins the fight If we have a tie the total of all points per Each round wins a split decision If a round is a tie go to a tiebreaker Next high card wins the round. If you get back to back the same card You steal the round with a 10-8 round Even if you had the low card or a tie. The rounds are scored on a 10 point must system. If you get back to back aces you win by Knockout. Point totals are as follows 10 through ace =10 points 2 through 9 equal exactly that number 2 boxing 15 round fight same rules as above.

Bowling

1. Bowling Card Game

First card if it's a. Ace = strike King = strike Queen = strike Jack = strike 10 = strike 9 = 9 pins 8 = 8 pins 8 = 7 pins 6 = 6 pins 5 = 5 pins 4 = 4 pins 3 = 3 pins 2 = gutter ball If first roll is not a strike the second roll Rules are as followed If 9 is first card to get a spare you need a 4 or higher On your 2nd card 8 you need a 5 or higher to get a spare 7 you need a 6 or better to get a spare 6 you need a 7 or better to get a spare 5 you need a 8 or better to get a spare 4 you need a 9 or better to get a spare 3 you need a 10 or better to get a spare 2 you need a 10 only for a spare If your 2 card total is over 10 you have 9 point Total for the frame. If your total is less than 10 that would be your Pin total for the frame.

2. Bowling Dice Game

2 dice 12 11 10 = strike 9 through 1 equal the first roll The second roll rules if no strike on first roll 9 you have a spare if the next roll is higher than 4 8 you have a spare if the next roll is higher than 5 7 you have a spare if the next roll is higher than 6 6 you have a spare if the next roll is higher than 7 5 you have a spare if the next roll is higher than 8 4 you have a spare if the next roll is higher than 9 3 you have a spare if the next roll is higher than 10 2 you have a spare if the next roll is higher than 11 If no spare is attained add both totals to get your Score for that frame. If your total is over 10 you Can only have a 9 point total. Any total below 10 Will be your total for the frame.

3. Bowling Dice Game

1 dice for this game 1 = strike 2 = spare throw again to determine 1 roll 1 = 4 pins 2 = 5 pins 3 = 6 pins 4 = 7 pins 5 = 8 pins 6 = 9 pins If 3 4 5 or 6 are rolled use guide above for 1st roll For the 2nd roll If first roll is a 3 to get a spare you need a 5 or higher If first roll is a 4 to get a spare you need a 4 or higher If first roll is a 5 to get a spare you need a 3 or higher If first roll is a 6 to get a spare you need a 2 or higher If no spare your 2 roll total will be your frame total If your total is over 10 you will end up with 9 points.

Auto Racing

1. Auto Racing

Dice game 300 mile race 2 dice add up total of the thrown dice First to 300 wins the race. One exception to the rules If you throw a 2 you get penalized 10 miles.

2. Auto Racing

Card game Each card represents miles driven First to 400 wins Ace = 20 miles King = 15 miles Queen = 12 miles Jack = 11 miles 10 = 10 miles 9 = 9 miles 8 = 8 miles 7 = 7 miles 6 = 6 miles 5 = 5 miles 4 = 4 miles 3 = a minus 5 miles 2 = a minus 10 miles

3. Auto Racing

Same rules as 300 mile race and 400 mile race First to 500 miles First to 600 miles Alternate using cards and dice every 100 miles

Horse Racing

1. Horse Racing

1 dice game 6 furlong race First to 60 wins

7 furlong race First to 70 wins

Mile race First to a 100 wins.

2. Horse Racing

Card game King queen jack 10 = 10 2 through 9 = that number Ace = 20 First to 100 wins the race

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Table of Contents

Contents

Football....................1
Baseball....................6
Hockey....................12
Golf....................16
Tennis....................24
Soccer....................26
Lacrosse....................30
Basketball....................33
Boxing....................37
Bowling....................40
Auto racing....................45
Horse racing....................49

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Jokers Wild Low Budget Sport Card and Dice Games 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The games this book teaches you are actually fun!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
great sport games golf and bowling and football were my favorite. realistic scores. this guy is very smart in math. I played a whole football playoffs in 45 minutes. great drinking games great if you like to gamble