# Farkle Score Sheet Template

## Farkle Score Sheet: What Is It?

A Farkle Score Sheet is used by individuals that wish to play Farkle.

Alternate Names:

• Farkle Score Card;
• Farkle Score Chart.

Farkle is a dice game and as part of the game, players need to keep a record of their scores. Although no-one really knows where the game originated from, the game is actually relatively simple to play and it combines strategic thinking, some risk, and of course as with any dice game you may need some luck on your side.

By using a Score Sheet for Farkle, players can record their score after each roll which is important because this will help determine the winner of the game. The first player to reach 10,000 will provide other players with the opportunity to have one more roll. After each player has rolled, the player with the highest score will be crowned as the Farkle champion. The Score Sheet will contain a comfortable structure that will allow players to easily keep track of the points of all players.

## How to Score in Farkle?

In Farkle, there are many different combinations that can be rolled to win a certain number of points. The main principle lies with the fact that a player should aim to roll a 1, 5, or three of a kind. You also get points for rolling all of the numbers in one go and also if you manage to roll three pairs. Below is a more detailed breakdown of the scoring system used in Farkle:

• If you roll the number one you will receive one hundred points;
• If you roll the number five you will receive fifty points;
• If you roll three one's you will receive one thousand points;
• If you roll three two's you will receive two hundred points;
• If you roll three three's you will receive three hundred points;
• If you roll three four's you will receive four hundred points;
• If you roll three five's you will receive five hundred points;
• If you roll three six's you will receive six hundred points;
• If you manage to roll all of the numbers one to six then our congratulations - you will receive a grand total of three thousand points, the highest possible number of points you can earn from a single roll;
• If you somehow roll three pairs (i.e. a pair of two's, a pair of three's and a pair of six's) you will receive one thousand five hundred points.

It is important to note that such combinations can only be counted if they are achieved in one roll. However, it is possible to combine scores for e.g., if you roll a one, five, three and three two's you can add all of these up and get a total of three hundred and fifty. You will receive one hundred from the one, fifty from the five and two hundred from the three two's. You may want to edit the template to include the scoring system for ease of playing.

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