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Removal Scrabble

At first glance, it seems easy, but then you look harder.....
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There is a board. It is covered 6 deep in tiles.

Why six? No one knows.....

The first move is taken.

Our champion, John Doe sees the word 'frog' on the board. He removes those letters, counts them, and adds them to his score.

His opponent, George Smith, looks at the board and quickly spies the word 'lemonade' freed up from beneath 'frog'. He removes those tiles, putting him in the lead.

Back and forth, back and forth it goes, until neither can remove a word....

And then it ends....

DesertFox, Dec 07 2004


       Sort of like taepei with words.
DesertFox, Dec 07 2004

       More like playing "Upwords" backwards.
sophocles, Dec 07 2004

       This should be annotated onto "Reverse Scrabble", above.
phundug, Dec 07 2004

       This is like Boggle.
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