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The 2003 Canadian National SCRABBLE® Championship took place December 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th at the Ontario Club on the fifth floor of the south building at Commerce Court, in the heart of Toronto's downtown at King and Bay.

This Championship, the fourth since its inception in 1996, brought together the top fifty expert players from across the country to vie for the title of Canadian Champion, the right to represent Canada at the 2005 World Championship, and a prize pool totaling a record $13,725.

The live coverage section was launched on Friday morning, and shows results of the event. Prior to that, you could see players' past records against each other, and the evening's pairings. While games were underway, results were be updated continuously during event hours.

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