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Beginner's Cheat Sheet

  Beginners have a difficult time remembering the necessary information to play Bellot properly.
  Click here to print a Cheat Sheet to help remember critical information. See the example below:

1. Cheat Sheet

Playing Rules Sheet

  The Playing Rules Sheet teaches beginners the correct card play for every situation in a Round of Bellot.
  The sheet does not address strategy but it's very useful for new players especially combined with a Cheat Sheet above.
  Click here to print a Playing Rules Sheet. See the example below:

2. Playing Rules Sheet

Score Sheet

  PlayBellot.com has designed a score sheet to help the scorekeeper track all important information about each Round of Bellot.
  Columns 1 and 2 are used to track one team's Score and Room.
  Columns 3 and 4 are used to track the other team's Score and Room.
  Column 5 is used to track which suit is Trumps in the current Round by circling C, D, H, or S (Clubs, Diamonds, Hearts, Spades).
  Column 6 is used to track the Dealer's position. Fill the box indicating the Dealer's current location relative to the scorekeeper.
  The scorekeeper's location at the table is represented by the bottom box.
  Click the links below to print score sheets:

3. Score Sheet Example