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CONTACT: John D. Williams Jr.
August 15-18: (401) 458-6229
August 15, 2003
WHEN: August 16-18
WHERE: Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, RI
WHY: The first SCRABBLE match ever televised. ESPN will tape and telecast this fall.
WHO: 24 SCRABBLE Champions from the USA & Canada.
HOW: Experts go head-to-head for three days, eight hours a day. Final s begin Monday late morning, August 18th, when two finalists play a best-of-five match for the $50,000.00 first prize. Total cash prizes are over $100,000.
Look for words like ZARF (a plastic coffee cup holder), QAT (a shrub),CWM (a deep-walled basin) and XIPHOID (part of the sternum).
Many players have memorized the Official Club and Word List. That's over 120,000 words! For complete roster and live Internet coverage of the event, log onto www.scrabbleassociation.com.
There are over 25,000 tournament players worldwide with over 100 million games sold.
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