Cribbage Club

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The cribbage card game also uses a board for keeping score. — J. Wynia

On July 7, 22 players showed up at the Vineyard Cribbage Club’s weekly tournament at the American Legion Hall in Edgartown. Six games are played, with two points for a win, zero for a loss, and three points for a skunk — a win greater than 30 points.

First place went to Kathy Kinsman with a 12/6 plus 102 card; Angie Fisher came in second with a 11/5 plus 92 card; third place went to Beverly Robinson with a 10/5 plus 66 card; Tricia Bergeron came in fourth with a 9/4 plus 48 card, and George Giosmas was fifth with a 8/4 plus 42 card.

Anyone who loves cribbage is welcome to join the group. If you can play a game in 20 minutes, come and check us out. Play begins every Wednesday at 6 pm sharp.

On June 30, 20 players showed up at the Vineyard Cribbage Club’s weekly tournament  at the American Legion Hall in Edgartown. Six games are played, with two points for a win, zero for a loss, and three points for a skunk — a win greater than 30 points.

Roy Scheffer came in first with a 12/5 plus 94 card; second place went to David Pothier with a 11/5 plus 49 card; Tricia Bergeron was third with a 9/4 plus 85 card; in fourth place was Neale Bassett with a 9/4 plus 43 card, and Mary Alice Russell came in fifth with a 8/4 plus 35 card.

If you play cribbage, please come and check us out. Come play a couple of weeks as a guest and see if you want to join us full time. The Cribbage Club meets at the American Legion in Edgartown on Wednesdays at 5:30 pm. Play begins at 6 pm sharp.