In 1632, Sir John Suckling, an English poet, created a card game that came to be known as “Cribbage”.
Cribbage remains one of the most popular card games of all time. Screw You Cribbage uses the same scoring as traditional Cribbage but with a fun screwy twist!
Screw You Cribbage and Cribbage the Board Game uses traditional Cribbage scoring, but players need to place cards down to get a 5-in-a-row to get the most points. First to 121 wins.
Game Includes Game Board, Playing Cards, Score Pad, Instructions
Screw You Cribbage