Monthly Archives: March 2015

RESULTS – SUPERSCRABBLE 3-26-15

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Welcome to Cheryl Melvin who came to experience SuperScrabble® Club games for the first time. Congrats to Roy Kamen who is our big winner today: won 3 games, mostest bingo played =16; high-point bingo =149; high-game =1168, and high cum =3153. He got them all! We all got beat, but it’s a game to remember—the funnest and most memorable game in town. Seven players found the assigned categories: Renee=3, Nancy Douglas=1, Bill=1, Pat Reed=1, Roy=2, Cheryl=2, and Janet=1. We were honored with the presence of Penny Baker accompanied by Nancy Burch. Both guests declined to play a full game. We enjoyed the get-together with them during lunch break. Pat Reed joined the games after lunch.

The * symbol indicates PHONY. ??=unrecorded.

NAME GAMES WIN H. GAME CUM BINGOS H.P. BINGO
Bob Agnew 3 1 798 2060 2 SHEARING=77
Nancy Douglas 3 1 790 2263 1 FOLLIES=72
Gretchen Cowan 3 1 861 2543 8 AESTHETIC=??
Janet Goldstein*** 3 2 896 2537 4 DUNGEONS=74
Lynn Gun 3 2 889 2492 8 SWADDLES=92
Renee Kahn 3 2 900 2353 3 TESTING=85
Roy Kamen 3 3 1168 3153 16 REPINNED=149
Paul Kanter 3 2 736 2174 0
Bill Lapinski 3 2 1102 2977 14 CHAIRED=101
Maliha Mahmood** 3 1 952 2417 7 INTENSE=82
Cheryl Melvin*** 3 2 867 2393 6 AERIALS=97
Pat Reed 2 1 876 1698 7 RESHINED=89
Najat Reikes 3 1 1044 2564 7 SMOCKERS=110*
Tom Titus 3 2 970 2684 8 BRIGHTER=98

**Maliha played double, but only 3 games are counted. ***Janet and Cheryl tied during the 3rd game.

THE NEXT SUPERSCRABBLE GAMES: 4-09-15. Reminder will be sent a week prior. Please visit the site superscrabble.wordpress.com to learn some words extracted from Word Judge for Clubs and Tournaments—coming up for publication soon.

RESULTS – SUPERSCRABBLE GAMES 3-12-15

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Congrats to Najat Reikes who is our big winner again today with high cum of 2897, followed by Bill Lapinski (H.cum=2813), and Fern Trausch (H.cum=2786). Najat won 3 games/3, and achieved a high-point game of 1045. Bill had the mostest bonus words and the high-scoring bingo. We had a belated birthday celebration for Fern whose Bday was March 2.

The list is arranged alphabetically. The * symbol indicates “unrecorded” data.

NAME GAMES WIN H. GAME CUM BINGOS H.P. BINGO
Nancy Douglas 3 1 809 2255 3 FAINEST=77
Janet Goldstein 3 2 775 2307 5 FOSTERS=98
Renee Kahn 3 1 889 2418 7 NEEDLES=89
Bill Lapinski 3 2 1021 2813 13 PROCURES=149
Alia Mahmood 1 1 792 792 1 INDITES=74
Maliha Mahmood 1 0 754 754 1 PLANTAR=68
Marian Melendez 3 0 694 1895 2 FROSTING=86
Pat Reed 3 1 1038 2640 8 LITTERS=92
Najat Reikes 3 3 1045 2897 10 CHAINERS=110**
Tom Titus 3 3 988 2688 6 OUTAGES=87
Paul Trachtenberg 3 1 964 2389 6 SNOUTIER*
Fern Trausch 3 2 953 2786 7 PRESORTS=86

**PHONY

THE NEXT SUPERSCRABBLE GAMES: 3-26-15. Reminder will be sent a week prior. Please visit the site superscrabble.wordpress.com to learn more words extracted from Word Judge for Clubs and Tournaments—coming up for publication soon.

WORDS WITH –NN– FROM AMNON

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AGINNER

AGINNERS

BEGINNER

BEGINNERS

BEGINNING

BEGINNINGS

BINNACLE

BINNACLES

BINNED

BINNING

BIPINNATE

BIPINNATELY

BREADWINNER

BREADWINNERS

BREADWINNING

BREADWINNINGS

BUCKSKINNED

CACHINNATE

CACHINNATED

CACHINNATES

CACHINNATING

CACHINNATION

CACHINNATIONS

CHAGRINNED

CHAGRINNING

CHINNED

CHINNING

CINNABAR

CINNABARINE

CINNABARS

CINNAMIC

CINNAMON

CINNAMONS

CINNAMONY

CINNAMYL

CINNAMYLS

CONCINNITIES

CONCINNITY

COWINNER

COWINNERS

DINNED

DINNER

DINNERLESS

DINNERS

DINNERTIME

DINNERTIMES

DINNERWARE

DINNERWARES

DINNING

DJINN

DJINNI

DJINNS

DJINNY

ELECTROWINNING

ELECTROWINNINGS

FINNAN

FINNANS

FINNED

FINNICKIER

FINNICKIEST

FINNICKY

FINNIER

FINNIEST

FINNING

FINNMARK

FINNMARKS

FINNY

GINNED

GINNER

GINNERS

GINNIER

GINNIEST

GINNING

GINNINGS

GINNY

GRINNED

GRINNER

GRINNERS

GRINNING

GRINNINGLY

HINNIE

HINNIED

HINNIES

HINNY

HINNYING

HYDROCINNAMALDEHYDE

HYDROCINNAMALDEHYDES

INCONCINNITIES

INCONCINNITY

JINN

JINNEE

JINNI

JINNIS

JINNS

KINNIKINNICK

KINNIKINNICKS

LINN

LINNET

LINNETS

LINNEY

LINNEYS

LINNIES

LINNS

LINNY

MINNEOLA

MINNEOLAS

MINNESINGER

MINNESINGERS

MINNIES

MINNOW

MINNOWS

MINNY

MISBEGINNING

NINNIES

NINNY

NINNYHAMMER

NINNYHAMMERS

NINNYISH

NONWINNING

OUTGRINNED

OUTGRINNING

OUTSINNED

OUTSINNING

PICANINNIES

PICANINNY

PICKANINNIES

PICKANINNY

PIKEMINNOW

PIKEMINNOWS

PINNA

PINNACE

PINNACES

PINNACLE

PINNACLED

PINNACLES

PINNACLING

PINNAE

PINNAL

PINNAS

PINNATE

PINNATED

PINNATELY

PINNATIFID

PINNATION

PINNATIONS

PINNED

PINNER

PINNERS

PINNIES

PINNING

PINNIPED

PINNIPEDS

PINNULA

PINNULAE

PINNULAR

PINNULATE

PINNULE

PINNULES

PINNY

PLAINNESS

PLAINNESSES

PREDINNER

PREDINNERS

PRIZEWINNER

PRIZEWINNERS

PRIZEWINNING

QUINNAT

QUINNATS

REBEGINNING

REINNERVATE

REINNERVATED

REINNERVATES

REINNERVATING

REINNERVATION

REINNERVATIONS

REPINNED

REPINNING

RESKINNED

RESKINNING

REWINNING

RINNING

SEQUINNED

SHINNED

SHINNERIES

SHINNERY

SHINNEY

SHINNEYED

SHINNEYING

SHINNEYS

SHINNIED

SHINNIES

SHINNING

SHINNY

SHINNYING

SINNED

SINNER

SINNERS

SINNET

SINNETS

SINNING

SKINNED

SKINNER

SKINNERS

SKINNIER

SKINNIES

SKINNIEST

SKINNINESS

SKINNINESSES

SKINNING

SKINNY

SPINNAKER

SPINNAKERS

SPINNER

SPINNERET

SPINNERETS

SPINNERETTE

SPINNERETTES

SPINNERIES

SPINNERS

SPINNERY

SPINNEY

SPINNEYS

SPINNIER

SPINNIES

SPINNIEST

SPINNING

SPINNINGS

SPINNY

SQUINNIED

SQUINNIER

SQUINNIES

SQUINNIEST

SQUINNY

SQUINNYING

SWINNEY

SWINNEYS

TAILSPINNED

TAILSPINNING

THINNED

THINNER

THINNERS

THINNESS

THINNESSES

THINNEST

THINNING

THINNINGS

THINNISH

TINNED

TINNER

TINNERS

TINNIER

TINNIEST

TINNILY

TINNINESS

TINNINESSES

TINNING

TINNITUS

TINNITUSES

TINNY

TINTINNABULARY

TINTINNABULATION

TINTINNABULATIONS

TOPMINNOW

TOPMINNOWS

TRIPINNATE

TRIPINNATELY

TWINNED

TWINNING

TWINNINGS

UNCERTAINNESS

UNCERTAINNESSES

UNDERPINNED

UNDERPINNING

UNDERPINNINGS

UNPINNED

UNPINNING

UNWINNABLE

VAINNESS

VAINNESSES

WHINNIED

WHINNIER

WHINNIES

WHINNIEST

WHINNY

WHINNYING

WINNABLE

WINNED

WINNER

WINNERS

WINNING

WINNINGEST

WINNINGLY

WINNINGS

WINNOCK

WINNOCKS

WINNOW

WINNOWED

WINNOWER

WINNOWERS

WINNOWING

WINNOWS

ZINNIA

ZINNIAS

SUPERSCRABBLE GAMES – MARCH 12, 2015

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There are 12 individuals who signed up for the next games. Games begin at 10:00 a.m., tell and share—perhaps we can beam ourselves to Italy for lunch, then 2 games more for the rest of the day. Gretchen will be attending a tournament in Florida during next week; we’ll miss her but we’re wishing bingos popping up on her rack. It was nice of Paul Kanter and Pam Stubblefield to show up—come again. Fern’s Bday happened in early March, so we’ll have a belated celebration. Please confirm you’re coming so we can order enough food for the break.

As you know our box for 12- to 13-letter words now has $30; the box 14 to 15+ letters will have $300 by 3-12-15. Really—it does not matter whether you found the long word accidentally or by means of “interfraternity” agreement between you and your opponent—you can split the prize. Play the assigned categories: to qualify for an instant reward, the word must contain 5 letters.

1st game category: What did you plant in your garden—be it imaginary or real garden? I planted verbena, herbs, guava, avodire, mango, peach, lemons, eucalypt, roses, cumquat, vinca, wisteria, etc.

2nd game category: What did you study in school? I tried to study everything to become “Jack of all trades” to no avail. I studied: english (the verb form, but I’m too short)), words, painting, accounting, bookkeeping, typing, steno, shorthand, announcer, singing, writing, etc.

3rd game category: Can you dance? I once tried hulas, tango, lindy, boogie, waltz, rhumba, legong, footwork, popping (disambiguation), robot, moonwalking, turfing, cumbia, salsa, merengue, mambo, samba, swing, jitterbug, etc.

ALL DAY category: Words with INN in front or anywhere in a word as long as the 2 NNs are together: INN, INNAGE, INNAGES, INNARDS, INNATE, INNATELY, INNATENESS, INNATENESSES, INNED, INNER, INNERLY, INNERMOST, INNERMOSTS, INNERNESS, INNERNESSES, INNERS, INNERSOLE, INNERSOLES, INNERSPRING, INNERSPRINGS, INNERVATE, INNERVATED, INNERVATES, INNERVATING, , INNERSPRINGS, INNERVATE, INNERVATED, INNERVATES, INNERVATING, INNERVATION, INNERVATIONS, INNERVE, INNERVED, INNERVES, INNERVING, INNING, INNINGS, INNINGSES, INNKEEPER, INNKEEPERS, INNLESS, INNOCENCE, INNOCENCES, INNOCENCIES, INNOCENCY, INNOCENT, INNOCENTER, INNOCENTEST, INNOCENTLY, INNOCENTS, INNOCUOUS, INNOCUOUSLY, INNOCUOUSNESS, INNOCUOUSNESSES, INNOMINATE, INNOVATE, INNOVATED, INNOVATES, INNOVATING, INNOVATION, INNOVATIONAL, INNOVATIONS, INNOVATIVE, INNOVATIVELY, INNOVATIVENESS, INNOVATIVENESSES, INNOVATOR, INNOVATORS, INNOVATORY, INNOXIOUS, INNS, INNUENDO, INNUENDOED, INNUENDOES, INNUENDOING, INNUENDOS, INNUMERABLE, INNUMERABLY, INNUMERACIES, INNUMERACY, INNUMERATE, INNUMERATES, INNUMEROUS.

Other words with NNs: TINNER, LINNET, HENNA, DJINNI, etc. Sorry I don’t have the program to find them all NNs in the middle. Perhaps Amnon can send those words to me next time.