Cribbidge

  Cribbage is actually no more than an extension of the well-established Tudor game of Noddy or Noddie. Noddy means ‘fool’ or ‘dimwit’ and, in ‘The Compleat Gamester’ published by Charles Cotton in 1674, the upturned Jack in ‘Cribbidge’ is referred to as ‘Knave Noddy’. Cribbage is exactly like Noddy… Continue reading