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SCRABBLE Puzzles Volume 3
     

SCRABBLE Puzzles Volume 3

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by Joe Edley
 
For the millions of SCRABBLE™ fans out there:

Here are TWO MORE puzzle books that will keep them at the top of their game!

To play SCRABBLE™ better takes practice—and volumes 3 & 4 in the popular puzzle series give players a chance to improve even when they’re without an opponent to challenge them. Every page features an

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For the millions of SCRABBLE™ fans out there:

Here are TWO MORE puzzle books that will keep them at the top of their game!

To play SCRABBLE™ better takes practice—and volumes 3 & 4 in the popular puzzle series give players a chance to improve even when they’re without an opponent to challenge them. Every page features an entire Scrabble board covered by the letters of a game in progress. Below the board are three sets of seven tiles as well as the highest possible score for each of these “racks.” The object of the game: to figure out how to place those three groups of letters on the board to achieve those winning scores. (They’re all designed to use the most up-to-date Scrabble dictionary, too.) Created by three-time national Scrabble champion Joe Edley, who knows the game better than almost anyone, these collections are sure to be a hit!

Scrabble champion Joe Edley was featured in the documentary Word Wars.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402755255
Publisher:
Puzzlewright
Publication date:
11/04/2008
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
375,078
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.50(d)

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SCRABBLE Puzzles Volume 3 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
LoveReadingIL More than 1 year ago
I love Scrabble & don't have anyone to play the game with, so I was looking for something relaxing yet stimulating. This wasn't it. The directions are hard to follow. I found it to be too much work to get to the place where I could relax and enjoy the challenge of the game. Perhaps good for someone who really wanted to work at having fun with it. I'm no Scrabble expert, but I do loave the game.