August 19-24, 2005
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2005 National SCRABBLE® Championship Photos: Round 11
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Sam Kantimathi (El Dorado Hills, CA) with his aircraft carrier-sized scoresheet, vs. Steve Grob (Fenton, MI). Dean Saldanha (Richmond BC) vs. Kevin Fraley (Madera, CA), in the background.
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Mark Przybyszewski (Depew, NY) demonstrating a keen sense of humor despite being soundly trounced by Geoff Thevenot (Austin, TX).
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Melissa Routzahn (Crystal Lake, IL) vs. Richard Popper (Wilmington, DE). See commentary.
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Diane Firstman (Brooklyn, NY) vs. Rich Moyer (Portland, OR). See commentary.
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Ruth Hamilton (Lake Oswego, OR) vs. Robert Crowe (Fort Wayne, IN). See commentary.
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The event's two players attending from Nebraska: Patrick Caulfield (Omaha, NE) and Ann Anderson (Omaha, NE). Patrick has been directing the Omaha SCRABBLE® club for two years.
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Bob Prentiss (Maple Grove, MN) vs. Carlynn Mayer (Sparks, NV) at table 5 in division 2. The fact that Carlynn and her twin sister, Carlene Wallis (Sparks, NV) are virtually identical and in the very same division, makes distinguishing between the two a challenging task.
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Dave Wiegand (Portland, OR) vs. Ian Weinstein (Coral Springs, FL). See commentary.
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John Chew and Stefan Fatsis (Washington, DC) go over some research for Stefan's Wall Street Journal pieces.
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