From 10:00 am until 1:30 pm
Swiss pairings over 4 rounds with 6 cards dealt. Standard MSO tie-break rules apply.
Cribbage is a popular card game, a favourite of working men’s clubs and pubs, and has been credited to the colourful Sir John Suckling (1609-1642), known as the “the greatest gamester”. Cribbage is a points-scoring game in which cards count their pip value with aces scoring one point and all court cards scoring ten points. The game is played with a standard pack without jokers. A peg board is used to keep score, the winner being the first to reach or pass 121 points.