# How to score this hand?

Submitted by Visitor on Sun, 11/06/2016 - 16:14

I had a crib hand that was 5-6-6-6- and the turn over card was a 7. How do I score this? Is there 3 ways to count a double run for 24 points or is it three runs of 5-6-7-and 6 points for the three 6's for a total of 15 points? Many thanks!

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## 3 runs of 5-6-7 for 9

3 runs of 5-6-7 for 9 points

+ three of a kind for 6 = 15 points

## cribbage

I had 4 twos in my hand and a 9 was turned up, how many points is it?

## 20 points

6 pair = 12 points

4 x 15's = 8 points

here's the breakdown of the pairs:

2.2.x.x

2.x.2.x

2.x.x.2

x.2.2.x

x.2.x.2

x.x.2.2

and the 15's:

2.2.2.x+9

2.2.x.2+9

2.x.2.2+9

x.2.2.2+9

## 20 points. There are four

20 points. There are four ways to make a group of three deuces: (1) club, diamond, heart; (2) club, diamond, spade; (3) club, heart, spade; and (4) diamond, heart, spade.

Each of those four combos produces a fifteen when added to the nine, so you have eight points in fifteens.

There are six ways to pair the four deuces, so those four deuces independently are worth 12 points.

Total -- fifteen eight plus twelve for the four twos equals 20 points.

## 20. 15 for 8 (4 3- card

20. 15 for 8 (4 3- card combinations added for 6) plus 12 for the 4- of -a- kind.

## 20

20

## There are four different

There are four different combinations of three 2's which, when combined with the 9 = 15 points. So you count: 15-2, 15-4, 15-6, 15-8 + 4 of a kind for 12 pts = a total of 20.

## That crib would score 15 -

That crib would score 15 - three runs and a tripple

## Is this correct

So I got a T J J Q Q hand. I say it's worth 16 pts but my brother says 10. What one is right?? Plz help..

## TJJQQ

You are. Have your brother recount.

## You are correct 16 points.

You are correct 16 points. Possibly 17.

T J x Q x = 3

T x J Q x = 3

T J x x Q = 3

T x J x Q = 3

x J J x x = 2

x x x Q Q = 2

Total = 16

If the suite of one of the jacks matches the turn card

1 point for his nibs! For a total of 17 points.

## You are correct 16 points.

You are correct 16 points. Possibly 17.

T J x Q x = 3

T x J Q x = 3

T J x x Q = 3

T x J x Q = 3

x J J x x = 2

x x x Q Q = 2

Total = 16

If the suite of one of the jacks matches the turn card

1 point for his nibs! For a total of 17 points.

## Total= 16 10-Jack-Queen in 4

Total= 16

10-Jack-Queen in 4 different combo's = 12

pair of Jacks = 2

pair of Queens = 2

total would be 16

and if the 10 was the same suit as either Jack it would =1 more

## score in ceib

If I have 3- sevens and an 8 in my hand and an ace comes up what is my score

## 7778A

18

## scoring

how do u count 3 aces a 9 and a 4

## AAA49

12

## cribbage question

I had a 2244 in my hand. the turnover card was 3. What is my score.

## 22344

17

## total score= 18 4 runs of 3

total score= 18

4 runs of 3 =12

pair of 2= 2

pair of 4= 2

all cards together total 15 =2

total = 18

## Scoring

Have 3-7's and an ace in my hand and a 7 on the deck

## Four 7's and an Ace

If it takes 3 of your cards to make 15 and you have 4-of a kind, then that hand will always be 24.(except quad 5's) ex: 7, 7, 7, 7, A or 3, 3, 3, 3, 9, 44447 etc. If it takes less than 3 cards to make 15 or more than 3, than you can have no more than 20. ex: 66669, KKKK5, 33336, 66663, 77778 etc.

## There are 6 fifteens for 12

There are 6 fifteens for 12 points and double pairs royal (4 of a kind) for 12,for a total of 24.

## Crib hand 9 9 10 J turn 9

Crib hand 9 9 10 J turn 9 what is my count

## 16

16

## 15, unless the jack and cut 9

15, unless the jack and cut 9 are the same suit.

## 15 or 16, depending whether

15 or 16, depending whether the turned 9 is the same suit as your Jack.

Three runs of 9-10-J = 3x3 = 9 pts

Three 9's = 6 pts

## 7 card plus cut card

Ok we are playing 7 cards k I have a 4 4 5 5 5 6 k in my hand n a j as the cut card n no flushes

## Huh?

Not sure what game you are playing. Cribbage is played with 6 cards two of which go into crib and a starter card is cut.

## Wow, 7+1 cards. That variant

Wow, 7+1 cards. That variant must make for very quick games. Anyway...

I see:

6 ways to make 4+5+6=15 for 12 pts

6 ways to make 10+5=15 for 12 pts

5+5+5=15 for 2 pts

6 ways to make a 4-5-6 run for 18 pts

Pair of 4's = 2 pts

Three 5's = 6 pts

Total = 52 unless I missed something. Not used to scoring with so many cards!

## Please score this hand

8, 8, 7, 7, turn card is 6

## 24

24

## That hand id worth 24

That hand id worth 24 points.

4 ways to make 8+7=15 = 8 pts

4 ways to make a 6-7-8 run = 12 pts

Two pairs = 4 pts