Sunday Scrabble - which is played by arranging nine store-bought, off-the-shelf, Scrabble boards into a composite three-board by three-board (forty-five-square by forty-five-square) mega grid and combining the corresponding nine standard bags of one hundred tiles each into a single Sunday bag of nine hundred tiles all told - gets even better and better as you vary the minimum word-width from the classic two letters to seven letters, one more letter at a time. So says the author after 120, two-person games of Sunday Scrabble while meticulously recording the turn-by-turn results. Games 1-20 play two-letter words on up. Games 21-40 play three-letter words on up. Games 41-60 play four-letter words on up. Games 61-80 play five-letter words on up. Games 81-100 play six-letter words on up. Games 101-120 play seven-letter words on up
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About the Author
Francis Gurtowski graduated from the Newark College of Engineering and subsequently retired from his position as a software developer at the International Business Machines Corporation. The ancient coder and late-blooming author/artist was born and raised in Passaic, New Jersey, has a masters degree from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, and has cherry-picked sweet courses in Manhattan at both the School of Visual Arts and the Art Student's League.