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When you use this Scrabble helper, you can quickly go from an amateur player to a much more advanced player in a short period of time. The more you practice with it, the better chance you have to improve your overall game. If you are an avid Scrabble player, then you probably have some tricks up your sleeve during gameplay. Of course, if you are like any good player, you should continuously work at improving your strategies in order to better hone your tactical skills. This cheat will not only help you maximize your points for each word you play, but it will also teach you new words and their definitions. It is great to play unique or new words that you never knew before especially when you could reuse them in future games as you keep playing. However, when you play a word and do not know the definition of it, it does not really make you a wordsmith or polyglot. Why not improve your own vocabulary skills and gain intellect while you play a word game? It could only benefit you in the long run. Next time you play a word you never heard of, take some time and learn the meaning so that you can impress your opponent and sharpen your own vocabulary skills.
Another trick when playing Scrabble is to always play defense and offense as much as you can. Do not think of a play as a single move when it is your turn to create a word. Try to think ahead and visualize how a single move will progress and what consequences a word you play in a single round may have in the future rounds ahead of you. Ultimately, defense is the best offense, correct? The best defensive move in Scrabble is to try and play consonants instead of vowels when you are near any triple letter multiplier squares and triple word multiplier squares. The reason for this is because vowels tend to be overly simple to add letters on to. For instance, if you place the letter A next to the triple word multiplier square, you are providing your opponent with the opportunity to place the letter X to form the word AX. This move would be quite detrimental to your game since your opponent received many additional points because of your mistake. This type of move does not always occur, of course, but it is better to be safe than sorry. Therefore, always take precautions when placing a letter or word next to any multiplier squares on the board because you could never really know for sure what can result from it. Advanced planning can help ease the pain so that you are never truly caught off guard. The next Scrabble strategy is somewhat correlated with the aforementioned strategy. It is another defensive strategy where you block your opponent from using a triple letter multiplier square or a triple word multiplier square. It basically involves restricting your challenger from any access to these multiplier squares. It comes in handy when you are unable to use them when it is your turn to place a word. Thus, if you have a Scrabble bingo you would like to play but it will open up an opportunity for your opponent to access a triple letter or triple word multiplier square, you might want to think twice about moving forward with that bingo word of yours. Sometimes you may want to reconsider playing a word that is worth quite a few points and settle for a word that is worth less points if it means you can block access to a multiplier square from your opponent. You should always use these multiplier squares to your advantage and not give up anything too easy for your opponent to progress instead.
- From the drop down menu, select the appropriate dictionary depending on which game you are playing and where (which country) you are playing from–TWL06, SOWPODS, OSPD4, ENABLE, OWL2.
- In the RACK box, enter your letters to find the best possible word by clicking on SEARCH. Use a question mark to designate a blank tile.
- If you want to use a specific beginning or ending for a word by using existing letters on the board, enter the letter or set of letters that your word must begin or end with in the PREFIX or SUFFIX box accordingly.
- Select SCORE to filter results by maximum point value, or select LENGTH to filter results by the number of letters in a word.