We finally started making a video of us playing CrossCribb. It took a while, partly because it takes more time to finish a game than we thought it would. If we’re playing it right, each hand or round takes about 8-10 minutes including scoring. We figure you’re supposed to play to 31, according to the rules. We played and filmed 6 rounds before our camera’s battery had to be recharged. We were 30-29 at that point with me leading.
Later when the battery was recharged, we played the 7th round. I won by a nose.
I’m not sure that making an hour long CrossCribb video will win any academy awards so I might plan this as a series of videos, one per round.
Playing it is a lot of fun! No wonder it has won awards. Knowing how to count cribbage points in cards gives you a leg up on playing and scoring.
You can find the rules on the web site.