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North American SCRABBLE Championship

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The National SCRABBLE® Championship (NSC) is the largest major championship in North America.

The event has been held every 1–3 years since 1978. NASPA will organize the event annually starting in 2009.

Current event

The 2009 National SCRABBLE Championship was held on August 1–5, 2009 at the Dayton Convention Center in Dayton, OH. The champion is Dave Wiegand.

Recent events

(More details will be available on the National SCRABBLE Championship history page.)

2008 National SCRABBLE Championship
Orlando, FL. Winner: Nigel Richards
2007 Players Championship
Dayton, OH. Winner: James Leong
2006 United States SCRABBLE Open
Phoenix, AZ. Winner: Jim Kramer
2005 National SCRABBLE Championship
Reno, NV. Winner: Dave Wiegand
2004 National SCRABBLE Championship
New Orleans, LA. Winner: Trey Wright

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