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Authors

Alan Frank

Abstract

What is the lowest-scoring Scrabble game? If players refuse to trade in tiles, the answer to this question is simple: consider the game in which one player draws QZXJKWW and the other YYVVFFH. Since neither player can form a word, each player passes three times and the game ends. Each then subtracts the total value of his tiles, resulting in a final score of -28 to -49.

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