We have 20 players officially registered to play.  As you can see registration is now closed.

NASPA rules do not allow non-player onlookers except for those working to support the tournament.

The director will be Brad Mills of the West Virginia Scrabble Club in Charleston.

Seven games will be played; the divisions currently stand at two. Entry fee $30.


A maximum number of 24 players will be allowed due to space limitations.

You must already be a member of NASPA. No walk-in registrations. .

Facility is a non-smoking facility both inside and out, laid out on a one-floor plan.

Schedule (subject to change):

8:30 a.m. - 8:55 a.m. Check-in, set up, coffee and pastries

9:00  a.m. - Brief announcements

9:15 a.m. - Rounds 1 - 3 begin

12:15-1:30 p.m. Lunch (Local restaurants within driving distance on Olentangy River Road).

1:45 p.m. Door Prizes

2:00 p.m. Rounds 4-7 begin

6:30 p.m. - Prize Ceremony



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  • tanya

    it was fine

    October 26

    • Pamela Cass

      Maybe I shouldn't tell you this: you won a prize but since you left early.......! Come to club and maybe I'll hand it over!

      October 29

    • tanya

      hell i didnt expect to win a thing what i win???

      October 29

  • Gaurav Bhargava

    I had a lot of fun. Played competitive Scrabble in the US after 4.5 years. I am all geared up for the next one :)
    Kudos to the organizers for doing a neat job. Tanx.

    October 28

    • Pamela Cass

      Glad you liked it; hope to see you at club.

      October 29

  • Pamela Cass

    Thanks to the following folks for either a contribution, working or both:
    Terry Pescosolido, Doug Critchlow, Gina & Mike Johnson, Margaret & Tim Christman, Kristy Zurbrick, Todd DeBoe, Mary Taylor, Cathy Dupuy, John Acker, and Karen Lucas.

    I haven't heard from anyone who didn't make it safely out of Columbus (I had recommended detours away from the agricultural school down the road as it played football against some other agricultural school).

    We may do this again sometime.

    Top three winners: Div. A: Brian Bowman, Dan Stock, Doug Szymkowiak; Div B: Jason Steuber, Connie Breitbeil, John Acker. Prizes were also awarded in each divisioin for High Win, High Loss and Best Mystery Word.

    1 · October 29

  • Pamela Cass

    Before I forget: Joyce Jacobson, who got us the venue in the first place, was there at 7 a.m. to help unload and sign in attendees. Appreciate the free facility!

    1 · October 29

  • A former member
    A former member

    Good luck, all! I'm in DC that weekend for a Halloween Party (Boo!) or I'd come cheer you on!

    October 21

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