Monday, December 20, 2010

Cribbage in an igloo!

Grand Haven family builds an igloo in their yard
At eight feet high and 11 feet around, it is big enough for the family to sit and play cribbage inside. "Winter started, and all this snow was coming and we ...
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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

eCribbage t-shirts now available!

From Damien Blonde:

Hi everyone! I am excited about our new ecribbage.com tshirts.
Here is what they look like: http://ecribbage.com/shirt_designs.php

They are preshrunk.

If you want to purchase one and support me and ecribbage, go here: http://ecribbage.com/buy.php and let me know what size and color you want.
Have a great day!

Best Regards,
Damien Blond

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

New cribbage documentary

Check out this blog with a link to Cribbage World and to a new cribbage documentary for sale: 29-The Cribbage Story


Sunday, July 18, 2010

Cribbage couple pegs out...


Friday, July 9, 2010

Gertrude Keegan celebrates 100 years... and cribbage

From Shore News Today:

"“She was always a competitive games player and an avid crossword puzzle solver. She plays competitive Scrabble and Cribbage. She and I still play Scrabble at least once a week and she and my brother continue to play Cribbage.”"

Full article by Ann Richardson here.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

29 hand... after 50 years of cribbage

From Morrison County Record:

"Jerome Olesch and his friends play cribbage on a regular basis at the Little Falls Senior Center. He has been playing the game for over 50 years and Thursday, Feb. 11, while playing with Dick Tedford and Clarence Stockwell, he dealt himself the five of spades, five of clubs, five of hearts and the Jack of diamonds. "I thought, how great it would be to have the five of diamonds cut," he said. When Stockwell did cut the five of diamonds, Olesch jumped into out of his seat and threw down his hand for his opponents to see. The odds of getting a perfect cribbage hand of 29 in a game with three or four players are one in 649,740. Olesch did win that game, skunking both his opponents. "We play every Tuesday and Thursday while waiting our turn during the pool tournaments," said Tedford. "Everyone is welcome to to join us." Shown with the perfect hand are (from left): Tedford, Olesch and Stockwell."

Original article here.