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user 2402708
Peabody, MA
Post #: 11
I played a game with my friend Steve and we ended up in a draw. I analyzed the tiles and knew I had to go out. I had eagle and argyle. Both were 18 points. I knew 18 was a draw and I needed 19 to win. Can anyone see how I could have scored 19 points.­
user 9980941
Group Organizer
Cambridge, MA
Post #: 5
Hi Giovanni,

If you have a record of the board, I suggest using Quackle (computer program) to analyze it. It is currently the #1 Scrabble player, as far as I know.


The tricky thing is setting up the Scrabble board for the first time. For copyright reasons, you need to enter the bonus tiles yourself. Just a one-time thing though.
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