CNSC 2005 Finals
All fifty competitors play eighteen rounds ending at lunchtime on Saturday, to determine two finalists. Those two finalists then play a best-of-five series beginning at 1:45 P.M. (with a fifteen-minute break at 4:45 if the series has not been decided) to crown the new Canadian Champion.
The two finalists each receive a SamTimer game clock, courtesy of Sam Kantimathi and SamTimer.com. The winner wins $7,000 and the right to represent Canada at the 2007 World Championship, the runner-up wins $2,500.
The finals will be hosted by top-rated female Canadian player Robin Pollock Daniel, who will follow along with a roomful of expert players as the game is posted play-by-play on a giant SCRABBLE board. This event is open to the public, and admission is free.
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