The object of the game is to be the first player to reach 121 points. The current point totals are shown in two different ways. The values are shown in the ""Computer's Score"" and ""Player's Score"" score box. These same values are also represented as pegged values on the cribbage board. The computer's pegs are yellow and the player's pegs are blue. The pegs always go up the outside and down the inside. If the winner reaches 121 before the opponent gets 91, this is called a skunk and is considered as two games won (and double the money). If the opponent doesn't reach 61 this is considered a Double Skunk and is quadruple(four times the money). The players obtain points by forming various counting combinations as pairs, triplets, fours, sequences and fifteens. Combinations can be formed when playing the cards, or when counting the hands and crib in conjunction with the starter card.
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