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playing cribbage with cards (real)
Louie
#1 Posted : Wednesday, July 15, 2015 8:52:24 AM(UTC)
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Hello, I copied this from “http://www.hoylegaming.com/rules/showrule.aspx?RuleID=207” It states: “To begin play (called pegging), the dealer turns up the top card of the stock. This card is called one for the starter. If this card is a jack, the dealer immediately pegs two (advances his peg two spaces), traditionally called two for his heels.” Over the past 50+ years, my father always told me that the dealer couldn’t advance and/or go out (into the 121st hole) by turning up that jack to end the game. My weekly competitor keeps telling me that you can win turning up that jack. Which of them is true?

Thanks for your time in solving this inquiry of mine. Louie DePuydt
TMLFAN4LIFE
#2 Posted : Wednesday, July 15, 2015 9:14:16 AM(UTC)
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