slipkin wrote:A year or two ago, a night school in little Palmer, MA announced that they would run a Scrabble tournament. I expected maybe 5 other people. I mean, how many people play Scrabble tournaments? There were 50. The room was full.
How do we get enthusiastic folks out for a few games like this? How do we get them just a little more engaged? How do we make folks like this feel like that they are part of "the Scrabble community", even if at the periphery for the start?
millcake16 wrote:Why are we just hearing this story NOW?
millcake16 wrote:any idea who ran this tournament, and what prompted it? Was it a "just for fun" tournament? Some more details would be helpful, including how many were unable to fit into the room because it was full.
trashman wrote:From Seth's link: Players who are rated by the American Scrabble Association will play only with other ranked players.
A rival org has popped up, and I'm totally in the dark.
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