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SillyPutty’s answer is good, but has errors once reaching the play of the father’s 4. Here is how the play unfolds: Father plays 2, says “2” Son plays 5, says “7” Father plays 3, says “10” Son plays 2, says “12” Father plays 4, says “16, 4 for the run (2, 3, 4, 5)” Son plays 3, says “19, 3 for the run (2, 3, 4)” Father plays 5, says “24, 4 for the ...


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Assuming you're talking about the "Pegging" phase of each hand of cribbage, and assuming that the cards you types in order were played in that order, here is the order of events. Pegging Phase Answer You lead with a 2. Currently, the count is at 2 and no point are scored. Your son plays a 5. The count moves to 7 (2+5=7). No points are scored. You play a ...



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