Scrabble Trainer

by Allan Simmons

On Sale: 23/05/2016

Format:

Paperback

About the Book

The perfect Scrabble training tool: discover the most useful words and memory aids to improve your game, whether you're looking to become a champion or just turn the tables on friends and relations who always seem to beat you!

Based on Collins Official Scrabble Words 2015, the most comprehensive Scrabble wordlist ever. Arranged in useful sections based on themes, words are sorted by length, type and pattern, providing a quick and easy reference point. There are lists of useful suffixes, prefixes, anagrams, unusual letter combinations, and high-scoring words – all designed to help players get the most from their game.

This invaluable armoury for Scrabble is clearly presented, helping players to learn groups of words easily and to spot every opportunity to maximise their Scrabble score.

Compiled by one of the world's expert players and endorsed by Mattel, and is an essential reference for all aspiring Scrabble players.

SCRABBLE™ is a registered trademark of J. W. Spear & Sons Ltd, a subsidiary of Mattel, Inc. © 2015 Mattel, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Product Details

  • ISBN: 9780008146504
  • ISBN 10: 0008146500
  • Imprint: Collins - GB
  • On Sale: 23/05/2016
  • Pages: 704
  • List Price: 22.99 AUD
  • BISAC1: Language / Language: reference & general

Biography

Allan Simmons is one of the world's top Scrabble tournament and competition players. Allan is UK National Champion, and the 2008 British Masters Scrabble Champion; he competes at tournaments around the world, and is a regular member of the UK team for the World Scrabble Championships. He publishes his own Scrabble magazine Onwords, for private circulation, has been contributing a Scrabble column and puzzle to The Times regularly for the last four years, and he also organizes Scrabble courses for clubs and a wide range of non-Scrabble organizations, such as the WI. He is one of the founder members of the Association of British Scrabble Players, and was its president from 1988-99, and currently sits on the committee of the World English-Language Scrabble Players' Association (WESPA).


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