Competitive Cribbage

Karl Russo of East Glastonbury, left, and Phil Martin of Newington, right, share a laugh over a hand of cribbage during the weekly meeting of the Hartford Metro Cribbage Club. More than 30 members meet on Monday nights at the Moose Lodge for some competitive games. "This is the best two-handed game ever invented," said Martin.

Karl Russo of East Glastonbury, left, and Phil Martin of Newington, right, share a laugh over a hand of cribbage during the weekly meeting of the Hartford Metro Cribbage Club. More than 30 members meet on Monday nights at the Moose Lodge for some competitive games. “This is the best two-handed game ever invented,” said Martin.

Check out the photo page on the East Hartford-based Cribbage club on page B6 of the CTSunday section of today’s Courant. A great group of people who have a ball on Monday nights playing the game they love.

Cards are flying over cribbage boards set up at long tables for the weekly meeting of the Hartford Metro Cribbage Club. More than 30 members meet on Monday nights at the Moose Lodge for some competitive games

Cards are flying over cribbage boards set up at long tables for the weekly meeting of the Hartford Metro Cribbage Club. More than 30 members meet on Monday nights at the Moose Lodge for some competitive games

 

The cribbage board allows members of the Hartford Metro Cribbage Club to keep score during their weekly Monday night meetings at the East Hartford Moose Lodge.

The cribbage board allows members of the Hartford Metro Cribbage Club to keep score during their weekly Monday night meetings at the East Hartford Moose Lodge.

 

 

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