|One of the novel features of the card game cribbage is that a board is used for scoring rather than the usual pencil and paper. The wooden board is equipped with holes that accommodate pegs. The board speeds up scoring, and in this fast-moving game, pegging greatly reduces the chances for errors in computing scores. |
This cribbage board was crafted by Ron Portas, an employee at Poplar Ridge Home Building Centre in Drayton Valley, Alberta.