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FORMAT: Divisions of 4 teams, sorted by average rating. 3-game round robin.
 
FORMAT: Divisions of 4 teams, sorted by average rating. 3-game round robin.
 
Prizes to 1st and 2nd place in each division.
 
Prizes to 1st and 2nd place in each division.
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== Teams ==
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(1616) Ryan Fischer & Brian Galebach
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(1527) Bradley Whitmarsh & Judy Cole

Revision as of 21:06, 29 July 2009

On Saturday night, August 1st, 2009, Ryan Fischer and Brian Galebach are planning to direct a mini Tag-Team SCRABBLE side tournament, the exciting new variant where each team has two players, each with their own rack of tiles. On your team's turn, either player makes a first play, followed immediately by the other player making a second play. (Hint: Try for a triple-triple!)

The Tag-Team SCRABBLE game is a very strategic, high-scoring format that is quickly gaining in popularity, and has been enjoyed by top players such as Joe Bihlmeyer, Frank Tangredi, Bradley Whitmarsh, and Joe Edley. Come on out and give it a try!

Tournament Details

WHERE: After-hours room

WHEN: Saturday, (8/1). Sign in/form teams on Friday (7/31) from 9-10 or from 7:15-7:35 PM Saturday. Rules/game demo from 7:35-7:45. Three games starting at 7:45. (After hours room is lights-out at 11:00!)

HOW MUCH: Either $5 or $10 per player ($10 or $20 per team) depending on what people want to do. 100% of entry fees returned as prizes

FORMAT: Divisions of 4 teams, sorted by average rating. 3-game round robin. Prizes to 1st and 2nd place in each division.

Teams

(1616) Ryan Fischer & Brian Galebach (1527) Bradley Whitmarsh & Judy Cole