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As of October 2001, no information has yet been released concerning whether or not there will be a 2002 Canadian National SCRABBLE® Championship. What follows is therefore subject to change and offered solely to assist players in planning their tournament schedules.
However, if a CNSC is held in late 2002, contestants must:
The fifty players who meet the above criteria whose peak ratings during the qualification period (2000-12-01 to 2002-09-02) are highest will be invited to play in the CNSC. If any of them are subsequently unable to play, the players with the next highest ratings will be invited to replace them. Players who pay and register but don't place high enough to play will have their entry fee cheques destroyed uncashed.
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