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Division 1, Round 30.
Table 10: Joel Sherman 436 vs. David Johnson 357.
Johnson bingoes FOnDNESS; Sherman bingoes QUAINTER and DOTTIEST.
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Division 1, Round 30.
Ira Cohen and Iffy Onyeonwe awaiting a "big book" (Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th edition) ruling on QUIPUNCTURED.
See next page for final board diagram.
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Division 1, Round 30.
Table 7: Randy Greenspan (NY) 350 vs. Lisa Odom 305.
Odom's outplay was SqUIRE.
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Division 1, Round 30.
Table 16: Bob Crowe 427 vs. Ray Francis (ON) 412.
Crowe uses up all but one second of his time, bingoes iNTENTS and SLURRING; Francis bingoes sTEEPING and DELISTS.
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Division 1, Round 30.
Table 17: Adam Logan 460 vs. Steve Polatnick 382.
Logan bingoes DEVIANTS BUNKOiNG EUGENIAS; Polatnick bingoes OVERLOOK CORMELS.
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Division 1, Round 30.
Board 3: Jere Mead 511 vs. Ron Tiekert 359.
Mead's first five plays were an exchange and four bingoes: HIRABLE BOWErIES WhANGEES TAILRACE.
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Division 1, Round 30.
Board 1: Brian Cappelletto 409 vs. Jim Geary 318.
Cappelletto bingoes CONEPATL DECIDUAE.
Geary: "My only claim to fame in that game was that I hooked CONEPATL-S. As for DECIDUAE, I would never have found that word - Brian is just on fire!"
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Division 1, Round 30.
Board 5: Sammy Okosagah 408 vs. Joseph Weineke 400.
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