Are you or are you not going to change partners in playing an evening of Bunco? A large part of this equation is how many people you are playing with during an evening of Bunco. Most larger groups do change partners, if you are playing Bunco with the family you may only have 4 people so your opportunities to change partners will be less.
Your partner in Bunco will the person sitting across from you. One of the most enjoyable aspects of playing Bunco is you get to change partners all evening long. This way you get to socialize with everyone during an evening.
How do you change partners?
There are a couple of different ways you change partners. At the end of the round, you have a choice to make. Will the winners or losers leave? Some groups have the winners advance through the tables and have the losers remain in place, other groups may have the losers leave the table as part of their “punishment” for losing.
Losers Leave or Winners Wander – you decide how people decide to change tables.
For the remaining two people at the table, one person should change their seat. In doing so both people left at the table will also have another partner.