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2006 Can-Am SCRABBLE Challenge Games

This page lists that were posted live during the 2006 Can-Am SCRABBLE Challenge. Games were annotated by the players, assisted in some cases by Carla Cree, Jan Mills and John Robertson.

  1. Adam Logan vs. Chris Cree, Round 1, Game 1
  2. Joel Wapnick vs. Tim Adamson, Round 1, Game 2
  3. John Luebkemann vs. Dave Boys, Round 2, Game 1
  4. Jerry Lerman vs. Dean Saldanha, Round 2, Game 2
  5. Jason Katz-Brown vs. Lloyd Mills, Round 2, Game 3
  6. Evan Berofsky vs. Jason Katz-Brown, Round 3, Game 1
  7. Dave Wiegand vs. Dean Saldanha, Round 4, Game 1
  8. Joey Mallick vs. Joel Wapnick, Round 4, Game 2
  9. Robin Pollock Daniel vs. Dave Wiegand, Round 5, Game 1
  10. Adam Logan vs. Tim Adamson, Round 5, Game 2
  11. Tim Adamson vs. Adam Logan, Round 6, Game 1
  12. Adam Logan vs. Joey Mallick, Round 7, Game 1
  13. Robin Pollock Daniel vs. Jason Katz-Brown, Round 7, Game 2
  14. John Luebkemann vs. Evan Berofsky, Round 8, Game 1
  15. Joey Mallick vs. Adam Logan, Round 8, Game 2
  16. Robin Pollock Daniel vs. Chris Cree, Round 9, Game 1
  17. Jason Katz-Brown vs. Joel Wapnick, Round 9, Game 2
  18. Joey Mallick vs. Lloyd Mills, Round 10, Game 1
  19. Jerry Lerman vs. Adam Logan, Round 10, Game 2
  20. David Boys vs. Jason Katz-Brown, Round 11, Game 1
  21. Adam Logan vs. Dave Wiegand, Round 11, Game 2
  22. Lloyd Mills vs. Jerry Lerman, Round 11, Game 3
  23. John Luebkemann vs. Robin Pollock Daniel, Round 12, Game 1
  24. Jerry Lerman vs. Lloyd Mills, Round 12, Game 2

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