Learn how to play Scrabble and win using some tips and tricks that I have learned in years of playing this game.

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  • No Vowels?
    on Jul 30, 2009 in consonants word list vowels
    If I were to choose between a no-consonant rack and a no-vowel rack, I'd rather choose the latter. Since consonants have higher point values in Scrabble, you'll probably have more chances of scoring higher points using a rack without vowels than a ra...
  • Playing With Vowels
    on Jul 21, 2009 in word list vowels
    Having a rack bombarded with vowels can be frustrating. It's even more frustrating if you exchange them yet end up with the same vowels. That's why it is also wise if you can play those vowels away to at least gain points while leaving a manageable n...
  • To Challenge Or Not To Challenge
    on Jul 14, 2009
    Before anything else, you can skip this post if you play the VOID option. When challenging a play, you should consider first what option you are using. If you play SINGLE, then making a challenge will not be risky so it's okay if you are unsuccessful...
  • Challenges and Penalties
    on Jul 7, 2009 in overview play online
    When a player suspects an invalid word or words played by his opponent, he may choose to challenge the play. If the challenge is successful, meaning there are words that were found to be invalid, his opponent loses one turn. If not, the player gets a...
  • Defensive Scrabble Strategies
    on Jul 3, 2009 in tips
    Playing Scrabble without learning some defensive strategies will surely give your opponent the chance to take advantage of the good spots. It is best to take note of the following:1. Do not be generous enough to give away the triple word scores. It's...
  • Scrabble Hooks
    on Jun 29, 2009 in word list tips
    In Scrabble, a hook refers to a letter that is added to a word to make a new word. If it is added to the left side of the word, then it is called a front hook. If it is added to the right, then it is a back hook. These hooks especially the unusual on...
  • The Letters Q and U
    on Jun 26, 2009 in word list tips
    Have you played Bogglebefore? Did you notice that the Q always comes with the letter U? This dynamic duo may seem inseparable but the truth is that the Q is not useless without the U. There are still a lot of words where the Q can stand alone. These...
  • Scoring a Bingo
    on Jun 24, 2009 in word list tips
    A bingo in Scrabble refers to a play wherein you use all 7 letters in your rack in one turn. Once you score a bingo, you get 50 bonus points aside from your word score. Try using these tips to get that 50-point advantage:1. Save common letters like...
  • Scrabble Rack Management
    on Jun 24, 2009 in tips
    I have often encountered Scrabble players complaining about their losing streaks and blaming it on bad luck. Perhaps they only need a little help in managing their rack. Although drawing your tiles solely depends on the Tile Fairy (or The Fates, if y...
  • Look Out for Premium Squares
    on Jun 23, 2009 in tips
    Premium squares are the colored squares in a Scrabble game board. These are the double-letter squares (light blue), triple-letter squares (dark blue), double-word squares (pink), triple-word squares (dark red). They function as their name implies. Yo...
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