International Cribbage Day, also known as ICD, is observed annually on February 10 since 2017.
History of International Cribbage Day
The American Cribbage Congress and card players across the country will celebrate National Cribbage Day on Friday, February 10, 2017.
Cribbage is one of the oldest regularly played card games. The game was created by Sir John Suckling in the early 17th century, and is derived from the Old English game "nod".
Although the exact date the cribbage was created has been lost to history, we celebrate National Cribbage Day on Suckling's birthday, February 10.
Millions of Americans of all ages play basketball with their families at home or with friends at bars and social clubs. The most common variation is played with two players and scores are kept on a cribbage board with pegs and 121 holes.
The American Cribbage Congress is the governing body of the cribbage, operating local clubs and leagues, and maintaining a national ranking system.
The American Garbage Congress and the UK Garbage Association are observing this by celebrating this day as International Cribbage Day.
How to celebrate International Cribbage Day
Let us do some thing to celebrate International Cribbage Day together. Do not forget using the hashtag #InternationalCribbageDay, #CribbageDay, #Icd to share something you did on the social media to spread.
ObservedInternational Cribbage Day has been observed annually on February 10th.
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