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Where could I guy a cribbage set in HK?

Wagga Wagga...
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Where could I guy a cribbage set in HK?

HI, We've looked round Stanley markets, and could find lots of mahjong sets, even Chinese checkers and other games, but no cribbage sets. We would like to bring our son home one as a souvenir - does anyone have any ideas? We leave on Saturday, staying in the Kowloon area but happy to go anywhere (within reason!) to lay our hands on one. Thanks!

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1. Re: Where could I guy a cribbage set in HK?

Cribbage set, yes I've seen one, I think in one of the places that sells mainland Chinese goods. Pretty sure it wasn't in a market, there is one of those shops in Kowloon, and there was another on the Island. Someone is bound to be able to be more specific. But you can definitely get them. I must dig mine out and teach my son how to play.

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2. Re: Where could I guy a cribbage set in HK?

15-2, 15-4,a pair is 6, and one for his knob !

The rules in a nutshell!

Wagga Wagga...
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3. Re: Where could I guy a cribbage set in HK?

Thanks for the clue Guerilla Surgeon, does anyone have any more detail on just where the "place that sells mainland Chinese goods" in Kowloon or HK Island is?? And excuse my typo, I do want to "buy" not "guy" a cribbage set!

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