Category: Cribbage Boards

A lapped layout is a board with 61 holes – play two laps to make the now standard 121 total!

A continuous layout has 121 holes in a row – no laps needed.

Both designs are quite capable of scoring a game of cribbage, and the preferred method is an individual choice.  Some people have trouble remembering which lap they are on – a continuous board may be the answer.  Sometimes the design just can’t be made with a continuous track.

Below is a picture of a continuous two-track board with 121 holes.

cribbage board


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