2005 NSC Format
The 2005 NSC will be held on August 19-24 at the Hilton Hotel, 2500 East Second St., Reno, NV. Phone: (800) 501-2651.
WHO IS QUALIFIED TO PLAY
Any current member with a National SCRABBLE Association (NSA) Official Rating qualifies to play in this year's NSC05. Anyone who doesn't have a NSA rating may earn one by playing in one open rated tournament affiliated with the NSA before July 1, 2005. There are no exceptions for overseas players.
There will be six divisions of players at this year's NSC,
the National SCRABBLE® Association
Official Ratings List, July 1, 2005.
A Peak Rating for the purpose of qualifying for the NSC
is any rating appearing on a
monthly rating list
or appearing as the New Rating on the
cross-table of an Open Rated Tournament
posted to the NSA web site.
If you have
Division 1 is for players rated >1799, Division 2 for 1600-1799, Division 3 for 1400-1599, Division 4 for 1200-1399, Division 5 for 1000-1199, and Division 6 for < 1000.
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