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All of these Scrabble pages are obsolete. I leave them on my site in case anyone has links to them. Also, they will become of great historic interest when the world switches over to Scrabble For Word Lovers.
In particular, all of the Scrabble II pages, which I put years of effort into, went out of date with the formalization of the four games of the Scrabble For Word Lovers suite. The Scrabble II pages were all created before the Nice Letter Distribution and Stretch Bonuses were implemented. Back then, Scrabble II words averaged about 5 letters; now they average about 6 letters. So, no matter how impressively Scrabble II stacked up against "regular" Scrabble in the old pages, it would go a quantum leap beyond that now.
Scrabble II For Word Lovers
Dover Scrabble Club rules
Scrabble II article in Scrabble News (same page as next one)
National Scrabble Championship 2009 vs. Scrabble II
National Scrabble Championship 2010 vs. Scrabble II
School Scrabble Championship 2011 vs. Scrabble II
Scrabble News 2009 vs. Scrabble II
World Scrabble Championship 2009 vs. Scrabble II
National Scrabble Championship 2008 vs. Scrabble II
Columbia Scrabble Club vs. Scrabble II
World's Greatest Scrabble Game vs. Scrabble II
Sample Scrabble II Boards - Season 7
Sample Scrabble II Boards - Season 8
Sample Scrabble II Boards - Season 9
Sample Scrabble II Boards - Season 10
Sample Scrabble II Boards - Season 1
Sample Scrabble II Boards - Season 2
Sample Scrabble II Boards - Season 3
Sample Scrabble II Boards - Season 4
National Scrabble Championship 2013 vs. Scrabble III
Scrabble III For Big Word Lovers (same page as next one)
World Scrabble Championship 2013 vs. Scrabble III
Goo Goo Scrabble
Scrabble Puzzles, Volume 4
Open letter to a Scrabble champion
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