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Some of the most valuable words in Scrabble use a Q without a U, and there are many more than your English teacher led you to believe
The letter Q is almost always followed by a U in English, but that isn't always the case. In fact, one of the exceptions is a word you see on your computer keyboard every day — and it's a great one to remember for Scrabble.
‘OK’ was just added to the Scrabble dictionary, and experts are saying it could change how Scrabble is played
Scrabble players can now play the word "OK," according to the latest update to the Scrabble dictionary released on Monday. Not everyone agrees with the decision, but there's no question it will change Scrabble strategy for expert players.
I’m a nationally ranked Scrabble player, and I’ve noticed the best players use a strategy most people are afraid to try
I'm a tournament Scrabble player, and people often ask me how they can improve their Scrabble skills. I've noticed that beginner players are often afraid of using one of the most useful tactics in the game: exchanging your tiles.
Mark Zuckerberg was so keen to beat a high school girl at Scrabble that he wrote a computer program to show him word combinations
Mark Zuckerberg once coded a program to help him beat a schoolchild at Scrabble, the New Yorker reports. Zuckerberg wrote the code after the daughter of friend beat him in their first game aboard a private jet, but the game was cut short when the plane landed.
I’m a tournament Scrabble player — here’s a list of the words that will raise your score by 50 points
Any Scrabble expert will tell you that learning the two-letter words is a surefire way to increase your average score by 50 points a game. We compiled a list of the 105 valid two-letter words, including yo, ow, qi, xu, and za.
I am a tournament Scrabble player, and people often ask me how they can improve their Scrabble skills. I always tell them the single easiest way to boost your score: memorize the two-letter words.
From atemoya to zorilla, how many do you know?
I played in the biggest Scrabble tournament in the country — and it was nothing like the game you grew up playing
This is nothing like the game you played in grandma's living room.
"Coniines" are poisonous alkaloids found in poison hemlock.