December 5-8, 2003
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2003 Canadian SCRABBLE Championship Photos: Final Round 3
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The Canadian big board uses lightweight, foam-core tiles. Each one has velcro affixed to the top back that attaches to the top of each letter spot on the board.
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Rack for David Boys (Dorval QC).
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Rack for Dean Saldanha (Richmond BC).
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Tony Leah (Ajax ON), Evan Berofsky (Thornhill ON), Zev Kaufman (Toronto ON), James Wallenberg, Lilla Sinanan, and Lou Cornelis (Ottawa ON).
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Road warriors: Mike Ryan (Vancouver BC), George MacAulay (Saskatoon SK), and Albert Hahn (Calgary AB).
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Lilla Sinanan and Lou Cornelis (Ottawa ON).
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A focused audience.
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Finally, a good scorekeeper! David Stokoe (Windsor ON) steps in an helps us keep track of the game score in the viewing room.
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Robin Pollock Daniel (Toronto ON) looking for a play for Dean Saldanha (Richmond BC). We later discover that this wasn't his correct rack! He, instead, held FEZCERT. We corrected it shortly after this photo was taken.
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Fern Lindzon (North York ON) and Joel Wapnick (Montréal QC) join us in the viewing room.
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Eager onlookers with Hasbro Canada and The Toronto Games representatives in the back row.
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Final board, game 3.
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Dean Saldanha (Richmond BC) vs. David Boys (Dorval QC), 402-291, Dean's win. Note the timer: 4 seconds left on Dave's side and 50 seconds left on Dean's.
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Jamie Chew enjoying the finals.
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Worker/player luncheon after round 3 ended. A three-course plated meal!
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Back in the viewing room, the players are taking lunch time to visit with one another.
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