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Progressive and Team Euchre
Tourney Score Cards

Are you tired of not knowing the names of the people at your table? Now your worries are over - you can now play with personalized score cards. Enter in your names, import a txt file or choose from a wide variety of themes and just like that - you will have your own groovy personalized score cards!

With many card games like Euchre becoming increasingly popular, other online games like poker are also common in many countries. The basics of most card games are pretty easy to learn, however with opponent-based play, strategy and experience are vital. Use's score cards to keep easy track of your Euchre game and have fun!

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  • Record expenses
  • Specify players and entry fee
  • Setup # of payouts and payout percentages
  • Enter scores and payouts auto-calculated
  • Correctly handles ties.

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This is a program that is integrated with the EuchrePad Score Cards. It runs the entire event. You import the data-file that is associated with the score cards, and presto. All you need to do is have the players enter their score and bumps - it keeps track and at the end of the tournament - it calculates the winners and payouts.