The U.S. Is Battling Canada For World Scrabble Domination Right Now (Live Streaming)
Jesse Day of the U.S. is playing Matthew Tunnicliffe of Canada right now in the North American Scrabble Championship Div. 1 finals in Reno, NV, and the screen shot above was taken live just a few minutes ago. You too can watch right here. USA! USA! (Double word score).
"Vex", you idiot!
The live stream has live commentary, which of course is the best part.
ROBIN: "Jesse had a perfectly lovely rack."
JESSE MATTHEWS: "Yuzu would be fabulous, too. Were would you put it?"
ROBIN: "On the bottom."
They call it the North American Scrabble Championship, but it's really an international event -- players from as far as Australia and Germany have been competing. What you see above is the Division 1 Championship, and the winner gets $10,000.
WOMAN: "I think the big worry about hooking is that you create a new lane."
I've always said that.
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