Letterati: An Unauthorized Look at Scrabble and the People Who Play It

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Letterati spans the history of competitive Scrabble in North America from the colourful hustlers of the 1960s New York game rooms, to the hard driving quantitative tile pushers who dominate the game today with strategic skills and memorized vocabularies. Yet, there is more to the history of Scrabble than just playing the game. There is a parallel plot line that revolves around many of the top players, who over the years have wanted to see the game develop through the outside sponsorship of tournaments, the unfettered ...

Letterati: An Unauthorized Look at Scrabble and the People Who Play it 2012, ReadHowYouWant.com Ltd, Richmond, BC

ISBN-13: 9781459652866

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Letterati: An Unauthorized Look at Scrabble and the People Who Play It 2008, ECW Press, Toronto, Canada

ISBN-13: 9781550228281

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