Scrabble requires intelligence, skill, and a strong vocabulary to win. But what if one or more of these attributes are missing? There are proven ways to improve your scratching skills.
For example, you can memorize two letters of the word Scrabble to use in a parallel game. You can also improve your vocabulary with the help of a scrabble helper.
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We'll explore some of the less ethical ways to win at Scrabble in this silly article.
When it comes to winning a game of Scrabble, there are two somewhat different schools of thought. You can get more points than your opponent or prevent your opponent from getting as many points as you.
This first ideal is represented by traditional skill improvement, parallel play, and word memorization. You can also use smarter methods to prevent your opponent from getting points.
Your goal in a clever game of Scrabble is to disappoint your opponent by preventing him from using the board. You should limit their access to as many three-word, two-word, and three-letter tiles as possible.
This can be done by making lowercase letters that cannot be extended by other letters (e.g. S or another letter to make one of the two-letter Scrabble words). Your opponents will be more disappointed if you limit the board. You will also start making mistakes.