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Third Canadian National SCRABBLE® Championship

CNSC 2000 Prizewinners

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Michael Wise Memorial Sportsmanship Award (by popular vote, wins event Protiles)
Bernard Gotlieb
High Daily Record - Friday (cash prizewinners ineligible, wins a draw of games and tiles)
Andrew Golding 3-0 +126
High Daily Record - Saturday
David Boys 6-2 +313
High Daily Record - Sunday
Siri Tillekeratne 6-1 +207
High Daily Game - Friday (other cash prizewinners ineligible, wins $25)
Bernard Gotlieb - 572
High Daily Game - Saturday
Carl Madden and Steve Ozorio - 539
High Daily Game - Sunday
Shaun Goatcher - 533
High Daily Word - Friday (wins $25)
Adam Logan - HEROIZE (108)
High Daily Word - Saturday
Paul Sidorsky - DENOTIVE (167)
High Daily Word - Sunday
John Dafoe - RAINWEAR (176)
Best "Canadian" Word
Wayne Clifford - HOCKEY
Place prizes
 1  Hoekstra, Ron      17.0 +1829 Plays first in finals
 2  Logan, Adam        13.5 +1258 Plays second in finals
 3  Sykes, Christopher 12.0  +825 $1000
 4  Hahn, Albert       12.0  +528 $500
 5  Teitelbaum, Peter  12.0  +456 $350
 6  Cherry, James      11.5  +375 $250
 7  Paolella, Libero   11.0  +684 $100
 8  Kaufman, Zev       11.0  +535 $100
 9  Nanavati, Jim      11.0  +221 $100
10  Sidorsky, Paul     11.0  +118 $100
11  Ryan, Mike         11.0   +86 draw of games and tiles
12  Malcolm, Don       11.0   +30 draw of games and tiles
13  Parsons, Jeffrey   10.5  +628 draw of games and tiles
14  MacAulay, George   10.5  -131 draw of games and tiles
15  Wapnick, Joel      10.0  +756 draw of games and tiles

The winner of the finals will take home $7,000, the runner-up $2,500.
Both win a pair of custom long tile racks and bags courtesy of Gene Tyszka.

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