CNSC 2008 Finals
Robin Pollock Daniel hosts the finals at the 2005 CNSC
All fifty competitors play eighteen rounds ending on Sunday afternoon to determine two finalists. Those two finalists then play a best-of-five series beginning at 9:00 A.M. Monday morning (with a lunch break at noon if the series has not been decided) to crown the new Canadian Champion.
The winner wins $7,000 and the right to represent Canada at the 2009 World Championship, the runner-up wins $2,500.
The finals will be hosted by an expert Canadian player (in 2005 it was top-rated female 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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