Based on the widely-known card game Oh Hell!, players use the deck of zero through fifteen in six suits to bid for a particular number of tricks and then subsequently take exactly that many. Each game consists of ten hands, with the hand size shrinking by one each time, until the final one-card hand. Along the way, trump is randomly determined and can be changed during the hand through the use of special cards. There are also special cards that make the trump not count for a trick, others that can be declared any suit and value when played, and others that will give bonuses or penalties for taking the trick on which they're played. A newer version of this game was released by Amigo in 2000.
This is a one-page Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet .
This download is a 10-player Rage Score Sheet . It is very similar to the design in the official instructions included with this card game . Its design uses as much space as possible on an 8-1/2 x 11 paper , with landscape orientation .
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I don't like people digging thru the undealt cards in the middle of the hand to pick a new trump color. We used to take out the "0 cards" and shuffle those and use them specifically for the trump color. This solves both problems.
Cut out the above card and laminate. Resize if necessary in excel. Place a marker on the color that is trump. For the random color in the beginning of each deal, roll a die and use the corresponding number. The color card will fit in the box when laminated.