A special room set aside for players in a tournament to analyze their games and play skittles. Such a room allows various kinds of activity to go on without disturbing the unfinished games in the tournament. Usually used by the non-masters (called Rabbits), the term hutch becomes easily understandable. See Rabbit and Skittles.
A small cabinet or chest used for storing food often with a pierced door or ventilation. Usually has legs and doors and backed with a coarse cloth. From the French huche, a hutch descends from the Middle Ages and was common in France and Italy and especially in Early Jacobean England.