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The game of Cribbage is thought to have been invented in the 17th century by Sir John Suckling, Crib was also the favorite card game of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Franklin.
Cribbage or crib, is a card game traditionally for two players - but commonly played with three, four or more - that involves playing and grouping cards in combinations which gain points. The game below is for single person play.
Our online Cribbage game features great graphics, sound, and voice where you play against "Jake" the computer Crib player. The game is totally free to play, family friendly, and suitable for all ages from children wishing to learn cribbage, to experienced adult crib players. This Cribbage game is now mobile friendly and should be playable on mobile devices including iPhone, iPad and Android platforms etc.
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Cribbage Scoring Combinations: Crib scores between 0 and 29 are all possible, with the exception of 19, 25, 26 and 27.
Once the play is complete, each player in turn receives points based on the content of his hand in conjunction with the starter card.
Points are scored for combinations of cards totaling fifteen, runs, pairs, flushes and having a Jack of the same suit as the starter card ("one for his nob or nobs or nibs").
The dealer scores his hand last and then turns the cards in the crib face up. These cards are then scored by the dealer as an additional hand in conjunction with the starter card.
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