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Euchre Tournament at Taco Mac, Sandy Springs.

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  • Taco Mac

    5600 Roswell Rd Suite M-003, Atlanta, GA (map)

    33.916241 -84.379242

  • The tournament is held downstairs below the main level of Taco Mac. From the main entrance take the sidewalk on the side and follow the sign to a door around back near noisy machinery. Just look for the sign.
  • The Euchre Tournament will be held in the large meeting room downstairs at the Prado Taco Mac. The entry fee for the tournament is $10. There are 10 tables available and I can bring in 2 more so there is room for 48 players, so sign up early.  There is a wait list and quite often there are last minute cancellations so I will call the next person on the wait list.

    The doors will open at Taco Mac at 11:AM for players to get registered and organized, play begins at 11:30.  People who have RSVP'd and arrive before 11:25 will be given priority to play.  If we have some people not show up and we don't have enough people to fill a table it is possible that the last player/s arriving may not get to play. Remember there is a WAIT LIST so we can have more than 48 signed up. For players who RSVP'd with guests I need the names for your guests to make up the player cards. I ALSO NEED PHONE NUMBERS SO I CAN CALL PEOPLE IF THEY DON'T SHOW BY 11:30 TO CHECK ON THEIR STATUS.  WHEN PEOPLE DON'T SHOW OTHER PEOPLE CAN'T PLAY SO I NEED YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN ORDER TO CONFIRM YOUR SPOT.  The window for RSVP'ing will close the Thursday night before the tournament so we can print out all the cards with the players' names on Friday and be ready for Saturday.  If something happens that you can't make it please call me as soon as possible; I know unexpected things can happen.  

    The winner will be decided by the total points won during 5 rounds played with a different partner each round. Every person for themselves. We will rotate tables and partners with each game. We will be playing 16 hands each round which will help keep everyone playing at the same pace. Tired of having partners who wildly call trump and get euchred? No problem! They will owe the pot a quarter for each time they do it! So bring your friends, bring your family, bring your quarters and we'll have a blast! (The last 4 lines are a direct quote from Angie, the founder of this group.)

    I have changed the settings so that a member may bring 12 guests.  So if you have more friends who want to play bring them along.  Please read through the rules below, especially number 6, "COMMENTS".



    The first person to pick up the cards will shuffle the deck and offer a cut to the player on his right. He then deals out the cards one at a time starting on the left. The first player to receive a jack of any color deals. 

    2. DEALING

    The dealer must offer a cut to the player on his right, the person cutting makes only one cut and will stack the cards together again for the dealer. Failure to offer the cut must be called out before the trump card is turned up by the dealer. If called the deal goes to the next player. The purpose of the cut is to make it more probable that the bottom card wasn't seen by anyone, so it only follows that the dealer is required to keep the cards down so no one can see the bottom card while dealing. If a card is flipped up while dealing the dealer can deal over again, if a card is flipped up on the second deal, then the deal passes to the player on the left, it doesn't count as one of the 16 hands.

    Dealing must be done starting left of the dealer and in 2 rounds. You must deal in sets of 2 or 3 cards. If not dealt properly anyone can insist it be dealt again and counts as one of the dealers tries. If the dealer notices that he doesn't have the 4 cards for the kitty before he turns up the top card he may collect all the cards, without penalty, and deal again. It counts as one try.

    Once the dealer turns up the top card if any error is discovered, the hand is over. This is a misdeal and this hand is over even if he has not tried to deal twice.  This does not count as one of the 16 hands.

    Each player gets only two tries to successfully deal a proper hand. Like tennis the dealer only gets two chances to deal correctly before losing the deal.


    Each player in turn may order trump up, call trump, or pick up trump even if they have none of that suit in their hand.  While calling trump, take care not to "table talk inappropriately". Saying "I will leave it to my partner to make the decision" to call or pick up the turned up card from the kitty is inappropriate. Inappropriate table talk is any talk or action that is beneficial to the players. If there is inappropriate table talk the affected team may call a misdeal if they want and the deal will go to the next player.  A misdeal does not count as one of the 16 hands.

    A RENEGE MAY BE CORRECTED BEFORE THE NEXT TRICK IS LED WITHOUT PENALTY.  If it is discovered later, then the reneger's opposing team gets 2 points, 4 if the player was going alone.

    If a player decides to go alone a player on the opposing team can decide to defend alone, then whoever takes 3 tricks that team gets 4 points. If either player reneges the other team gets 4 points. 

    We will play STICK THE DEALER to keep the games moving. My experience is that the dealer makes it most of the time with quite a few of those times the dealer goes alone. A few times the opposing team passes for a euchre but not as often as the dealer makes a point.

    4. LEADING

    It is up to the player to the dealer's left to not lead before the dealer discards, which is a disadvantage to them. It would be an advantage to the dealer's team if the dealer's partner plays a card before the dealer discards. If this happens that trick will go to the opposing team.

    If a player’s partner leads out of turn, the player to the left of the offending player may demand that the suit shown be led by the offending player's partner or that the suit shown can't be led. Of course this can only happen if the offending player can fulfill the demand. It is possible that he may not have any of the suit shown or he may only have the suit shown in his hand. Common sense must be used.

    5. PLAYING

    A card laid is a card played, so be careful. One exception is if the player reneged and discovers it before the next trick is led it can be corrected. If the person who reneged changes his card played to follow suit all the players after him or her can change their card played also.

    All tricks must be played out, throwing all the cards in is not acceptable. This will be done so that everyone can see all the cards that are played.


    The most important thing to remember is that we are here to have fun. Good manners and friendly play are the rules at all times, anything less will not be acceptable. Everyone makes mistakes at times but they should not be pointed out during this tournament.  Yes we did pay an entry fee and we are playing for a prize but the money is not worth losing friends or the chance to play in the future.

    Playing at Taco Mac is very convenient to the majority of players and a very nice venue. Please spend money freely and tip the waiters well, it will make them happy and keep the door open for the next tournament. If there are any issues with tournament players or with Taco Mac please inform me first so I can work at resolving them quickly.

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  • Ron R.
    Norcross, Assistant Organizer,
    Event Host

    My name is Ron Ramsey. I love to play euchre and am very excited that we have a... more

  • Edward
    Sandy Springs, Organizer,
    Event Host

    I am looking forward to seeing everyone.

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