SCRABBLE fans will love these handy perforated scoresheets, which let them study their favorite matches over and over. It contains two-color grids for both two- and four-player games, with spots to note the letters you draw, the word you play, and your score. Later, players can look it over to see whether or not they made the best possible choice. There’s also a full-color mini SCRABBLE board to write in plays, with all the possible tiles grouped below. This allows you to further analyze past competitions, while a “tile tracker” helps you keep track of which letters are left in the bag during and at the end of the game. A final section features wordlists based on the newly updated Fourth Edition of The Official SCRABBLE Players Dictionary.
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SCRABBLE ® Score and Tile Tracker based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
I picked up two of these for the Scrabble Fanatics in my life as a gift!! I did a quick once over before the purchase and felt like these Scabble fans would love it!!
This book certainly isn't a necessity, but I find it quite informative. I can compare games, words and use of squares on the board. I can also keep track of which letters have yet to be played. It's a little time consuming to fill out, but for me it's fun.
I found the format of this to be very well organized and user friendly for scrabble players.
Value for the dollar, 3 color graphic layout was good. Clear and Consise.
I am surprised that I purcahsed this my local store with my Barnes and Noble Discount and was offered this oppportunity to review...I am former Barnes and Nobel Employee and Loyal Starbucks Customer.
I recently wrote Barnes and Nobel Complaining about the cut back in hours in our local store Sunday thru Thursday close at 9:00 PM from 11:00 PM and 10:00 PM from 11:00 PM on Friday and Saturday. I did not recieve a reply from my e-mail and since this occured I have been patronizing Books-A-Million Across the street...this makes me sad. I stopped by the Starbucks in Cocoa Beach who do not have the same quanitity of Business, were Franchise and opeinging 2 hours earlier than my bookstore.
The local Coffee Shop Manager just bought a Lexus, has a background in Food a Beverage...squeezed someone esle out of that position when he came from another location. 11:00 for a Food and beverage manger is an early out. I cannot help but feel that the employees of this location fought for the hours on behalf of their customers...that is why they have jobs. This cut back in hours was not across the entire Company. Many of the locals here in Merritt Island are very unhappy with this.
The local Books-A-Million has a membership at $20 as opposed to Barnes and Nobel's $30 which included internet access. They are actively cutting costs not at the expense of the customer and working with the community in these tough times. They are doing the work, and until this changes I will have to continue to patronize them.