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Cribbage: A Strategy Guide for Beginners by Jake Magnum

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Cribbage: A Strategy Guide for Beginners by Jake Magnum

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Jake Magnum
Smashwords 2016
multiple formats
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This guide fully explains the rules of the game so that they can be understood by complete beginners. 

This guide also thoroughly discusses various cribbage concepts, from the most basic and easy-to-grasp tips to complex strategies that will improve the skills of many players, even those who have years of experience.

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