ACC Internet Cribbage
The ACC's Internet Cribbage Program gives members an
opportunity to play in online tournaments, earn rating points, and
compete for annual and lifetime awards.
members who perform well in official ACC online tournaments receive
Internet Rating Points (IRPs) in accordance with the guidelines
here. IRPs are accumulated throughout the season, which ends every
year on July 31. The ten players with the most IRPs receive All-Internet
honors, with the highest rated player being crowned Internet Champion.
The top 10% of players earning IRPs receive an invitation to the ACC
Tournament of Champions, held each year at the Sands Casino in Reno.
IRPs are tabulated on both an annual and a lifetime basis. IRP
standings are published monthly on this Web site and in Cribbage
How to Participate
- Join the ACC if you haven't already
done so. To compete officially you must be an ACC member in good
- Familiarize yourself with the ACC rules for
Internet play and tournament guidelines
- Presently, all tournaments are held at
Gamecolony.com and eCribbage.com. If you don't already have a
GameColony screen name (nickname) or an eCribbage Login-ID, create one now and spend some time learning how to use the
GameColony.com and eCribbage software. We suggest you practice with a few friendly
matches in the
Main Hall. If you have trouble getting started at Gamecolony.com Games, have a
look at this document
- Once you have an established Gamecolony.com screen
and/or an eCribbage.com Login-ID name, register it
with us using the online form. This will link
your screen name to your ACC member information
- Consult the tournament schedule
for dates and times of official events. There is no
pre-registration — just sign up in the designated tournament room
between 10 and 30
minutes before the start time. Some tournaments close after 64 or 128
entrants, and many tournaments allow nonmembers to play, so come early to guarantee yourself a place. Also be sure
you have enough time to complete the tournament if you reach the later
rounds (three hours usually suffices). Important: Tournament participants must be
signed up prior to the running of the rules. The rules
are run five (5) minutes before the scheduled start time. Once
the Tournament Director has begun running the rules, they are not
allowed to add participants to the tournament. This is to
provide the TDs the opportunity to verify that they have accurately
entered all participants and to ensure the tournaments start at the
Check back often to this Web site for updated tournament schedules
and IRP standings. We look forward to your participation.
Good luck in the race for the Internet Cribbage Championship!
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