Saturday, July 18, 2009

Cribbage Congress membership up for the count...

From the Auburn Journal:

by Gus Thomson

"For about two dozen players who regularly hunker down over pegged boards at a North Auburn meeting hall for Cribbage Congress games, the world of cribbage is more than a placid board matchup with an underground following.

Grandmaster Angelo Torrise said he’s watched the game grow in Auburn as it moved from a card room to a mobilehome park meeting room to a restaurant to its current home at the Auburn Multipurpose Seniors Center.

On a typical Tuesday, the air will be filled with the flapping sound of cards being shuffled and players voicing their hands and counts..."


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