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why do we need to follow the rules in scrabble

Scrabble is a word game that can be played with two to four players. There are 100 tiles in total. The object of the game is to score more points than your oppo
nents, by making words. You get points when you place your letters on the board (when it's your turn of course). The letters/tiles are marked by numbers which show you how much they are worth. There are two blank tiles which have no point value, which means they aren't worth any points. The only good thing about the two blank tiles is that you can use them to substitute for any letter you want, but again, you don't get any points for that blank tile. To start the game, mix up the tiles/letters in a bag. Each person grabs one tile/letter and the one closest to the letter "A" starts the game. Mix up the tiles again. Each person grabs seven tiles/letters (no peeking when getting your tiles). The person can start the game by placing two or more tiles/letters on the board. If the person who starts the game doesn't have any vowels or just doesn't like their tiles, he or she has the option to exchange them, but they will not have the option to place their tiles, until it's their turn again.


The person starting the game can place any letter on the board where the star is. The first word that is played is doubled. When a person puts a tile on the board, that person must grab the same amount of tiles they placed. For example, if a person placed five tiles on the board, that same person grabs five tiles from the bag. The game continues with each person taking turns making words. The person that uses all seven tiles and makes a legit word scores 50 points, which is called a Bingo. Landing on the special colors (also known as premium or bonus squares) on the board will gain the player more points. Words can be challenged, but if a word is legit, the player who challenged the word loses their turn. If the word is not legit, then the player who placed their word, must place their tiles back on their rack and loses the chance at placing a word.


Also, you can only challenge someone, for the word that is currently being played and only if the next person after them has not placed their tiles on the board. Play continues until there are no more tiles left in the bag, when someone has used all of their tiles toward the end of the game, or when all players have passed on their turn twice in a row, then the game ends. The people that have tiles left, have to add them up and subtract them from their scores. The one with the highest score wins. Scrabble is a word game that can be played with two to four players. There are 100 tiles in total. The object of the game is to score more points than your opponents, by making words. You get points when you place your letters on the board (when it's your turn of course). The letters/tiles are marked by numbers which show you how much they are worth. There are two blank tiles which have no point value, which means they aren't worth any points. The only good thing about the two blank tiles is that you can use them to substitute for any letter you want, but again, you don't get any points for that blank tile.


To start the game, mix up the tiles/letters in a bag. Each person grabs one tile/letter and the one closest to the letter "A" starts the game. Mix up the tiles again. Each person grabs seven tiles/letters (no peeking when getting your tiles). The person can start the game by placing two or more tiles/letters on the board. If the person who starts the game doesn't have any vowels or just doesn't like their tiles, he or she has the option to exchange them, but they will not have the option to place their tiles, until it's their turn again. The person starting the game can place any letter on the board where the star is. The first word that is played is doubled. When a person puts a tile on the board, that person must grab the same amount of tiles they placed. For example, if a person placed five tiles on the board, that same person grabs five tiles from the bag. The game continues with each person taking turns making words.


The person that uses all seven tiles and makes a legit word scores 50 points, which is called a Bingo. Landing on the special colors (also known as premium or bonus squares) on the board will gain the player more points. Words can be challenged, but if a word is legit, the player who challenged the word loses their turn. If the word is not legit, then the player who placed their word, must place their tiles back on their rack and loses the chance at placing a word. Also, you can only challenge someone, for the word that is currently being played and only if the next person after them has not placed their tiles on the board. Play continues until there are no more tiles left in the bag, when someone has used all of their tiles toward the end of the game, or when all players have passed on their turn twice in a row, then the game ends. The people that have tiles left, have to add them up and subtract them from their scores. The one with the highest score wins.

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