Release: NOfAKind

Excessive Branching says "2 for each twoofakind"
If I have
2 of Birds
,2 of Doors
and2 of Fruits
(total: 3 cards): Is that a 3ofakind, and thus not scored?
 Is that a 2ofakind (ignoring the excess 2 of Fruits) and thus scored as 2?
Similar question, let's say, for some reason, I have 5x copies of
2 of Birds
 Is that a fiveofakind, and not scored?
 Is that 2x twoofakind, and thus scored at 4?

@LorneKates said in Release: NOfAKind:
If I have 2 of Birds, 2 of Doors and 2 of Fruits:
 Is that a 3ofakind, and thus not scored?
 Is that a 2ofakind (ignoring the excess 2 of Fruits) and thus scored as 2?
 Is that 3 distinct 2ofakinds?

@ben_lubar said in Release: NOfAKind:
@LorneKates said in Release: NOfAKind:
If I have 2 of Birds, 2 of Doors and 2 of Fruits:
 Is that a 3ofakind, and thus not scored?
 Is that a 2ofakind (ignoring the excess 2 of Fruits) and thus scored as 2?
 Is that 3 distinct 2ofakinds?
I mean 2x 2 of fruits, 2x 2 of birds, and 1x 2 of doors. Will edit.No, rereading I mean I have 3 cards, one each of the 2ranks.

@LorneKates said in Release: NOfAKind:
Is that a 2ofakind (ignoring the excess 2 of Fruits) and thus scored as 2?
according to cribbage scoring rules it's three separate 2 of a kinds.
so i'd go with that.

@accalia said in Release: NOfAKind:
@LorneKates said in Release: NOfAKind:
Is that a 2ofakind (ignoring the excess 2 of Fruits) and thus scored as 2?
according to cribbage scoring rules it's three separate 2 of a kinds.
so i'd go with that.
specifivally you have
 2 of Doors, 2 of Fruits
 2 of Birds, 2 of Fruits
 2 of Birds, 2 of Doors