Tricia Braun has got game.. cribbage game that is.
She collects cribbage boards and if you've never heard of it before, you're not alone.
"There aren't many that I know of. I'm the only idiot that finds it fascinating," says cribbage collector Tricia Braun.
Cribbage is an old English game that dates back to the 1600's and it was popular with sailors.
"They would take a piece of wood. Drill holes in it and their way of keeping score while they played cards," says Braun.
There are generally 120 holes on a board, and the goal is to get to the end of the board.
So it's a card game, a race and a numbers game.
"Cribbage is nothing more than a counting game. Teaches kids how to count and how to think and add numbers very quickly together," says Braun.
And the board can be any shape or size and tricia has some unique ones, including a flying saucer, a tractor trailer, and my favorite a toilet seat.
She has been playing for 40 years now and she learned how to play on a hunting trip.
"When the guys would go out hunting us ladies would be in camp with out a lot to do," says Braun.
And Tricia says everyone should have a hobby and something to keep you busy. .
"You have extra money, you dont' want to spend it just on food and get bigger and bigger," says Braun.
Tricia is always looking for more cribbage players. If you'd like to play a round you can call 417-358-5049.
And Tricia says she has cribbage boards from all around the world including England, Canada and Italy.
But she hasn't been able to find any locally.