Scrabble


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Scrabble

™ a board game in which words are formed by placing lettered tiles in a pattern similar to a crossword puzzle
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Collins Official Scrabble Words includes 250,000 from Australia, Canada, South Africa, the UK and the US.
Rock singer Suzi Quattro has said: "I'm a Scrabble nut, and I need something to do while I'm travelling.
Former Liverpool football players John Toshack, Tommy T Smith, Emlyn Hughes and Chris Lawler turned to Scrabble to keep them occupied on the train to London for the FA Cup Final against Newcastle United in 1974.
Craig Beevers, 33, became the first British champion to win the world title at the The Scrabble Champions Tournament since 1993, and only the second British player to ever clinch the accolade.
Players can purchase Millionaire , the SCRABBLE instant lottery game , Lucky 7's and Aces and 8s at more than 8,200 Lottery retailers statewide.
Thirty best players will be picked from this championship who will participate in the series of scrabble tournaments leading to the final selection for the World Youth Scrabble Championship (WYSC).
Participants at the World Youth Scrabble Championship in Dubai on Thursday.
CARDIFF will find itself home to a multitude of wordsmiths this weekend as 58 competitors battle it out at the National Scrabble Championship semi-final.
Neil, who lives at Milnsbridge, wrote to Richard asking him why the job title h isn't officially recognised as a legal word in Scrabble, while barista is - and asking what he planned to do about it
According to Guinness World Records (2008), the highest single-turn Scrabble score in a real game is 392 points achieved by Karl Khoshnaw (UK) on 11 April 1982 when he played the nine-timer CAZIQUES spanning two triple word squares.
A SCRABBLE enthusiast has won third place at the 23rd Gulf Scrabble Championships held in Dubai.