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‘Casual SCRABBLE’ play is contrasted with ‘competitive SCRABBLE’ play.
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‘'''Casual SCRABBLE'''’ play is contrasted with ‘competitive SCRABBLE’ play.
 
In competitive SCRABBLE play, [[NASPA]] [[members]] meet at [[clubs]] and [[tournaments]]
 
In competitive SCRABBLE play, [[NASPA]] [[members]] meet at [[clubs]] and [[tournaments]]
 
sanctioned by NASPA and play according to tournament [[rules]]
 
sanctioned by NASPA and play according to tournament [[rules]]
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In casual play, people enjoy the game whenever, however, and with whomever
 
In casual play, people enjoy the game whenever, however, and with whomever
they like.  The [[NSA]] maintains a free [http://www2.scrabble-assoc.com/clubs.asp?id=61&state=all online directory] of players interested
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they like.  The [[NSA]] used to maintain a free online directory of players interested
in meeting for casual SCRABBLE games across North America.
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in meeting for casual SCRABBLE games across North America. Please refer now instead
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to our [[Recreational Clubs]] roster.

Latest revision as of 12:28, 8 November 2016

Casual SCRABBLE’ play is contrasted with ‘competitive SCRABBLE’ play. In competitive SCRABBLE play, NASPA members meet at clubs and tournaments sanctioned by NASPA and play according to tournament rules for prizes, fame and ratings.

In casual play, people enjoy the game whenever, however, and with whomever they like. The NSA used to maintain a free online directory of players interested in meeting for casual SCRABBLE games across North America. Please refer now instead to our Recreational Clubs roster.