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How to Use Scrabble Word Finder?

The goal of Scrabble Word Finder is pretty straight forward, you simply enter your scrabble words into the input box and click Find Words and we will automatically unscramble the letters to form valid word from our dictionary which then you can use to win scrabble games such as Scrabble by Hasbro, Word with Friends, Jumble words, Anagrammer, Wordscraper and so on.

In the solver/result page we have listed the correct words along with total points. Every game have their own point distribution system as the frequency of each letter in an alphabet differs from every language. Simply put the rarer the letter, the higher it’s point. Below are the points of English-language editions of Scrabble which consists of 100 tiles:

  • 2 blank tiles (scoring 0 points)
  • 1 pointE ×12, A ×9, I ×9, O ×8, N ×6, R ×6, T ×6, L ×4, S ×4, U ×4
  • 2 pointsD ×4, G ×3
  • 3 pointsB ×2, C ×2, M ×2, P ×2
  • 4 pointsF ×2, H ×2, V ×2, W ×2, Y ×2
  • 5 pointsK ×1
  • 8 pointsJ ×1, X ×1
  • 10 pointsQ ×1, Z ×1

*x denotes the total letter title count which is included in a Scrabble game.

How to Play Scrabble?

Scrabble is a board game that involves two to four participants playing the game. The objective of the game is to make words and score more points than your opponents. Each letter that is used in the game has its own points.

To play Scrabble, you need to have the following things available at the hand:

  • A Scrabble Game Board
  • 100 letter tiles – 98 letters tiles and 2 blank tiles
  • A letter bag
  • Four racks
  • Before the game starts, the participants should agree upon the dictionary that will be used during the game.

Game Setup

All the letters are either placed in the pouch or facedown beside the board and mixed. A draw is made for the first play, without looking at the tiles, the players take one tile each. The player who has the letter with highest point plays first, a blank tile beats all the other letters and wins the start of the game.

Every player draw seven tiles from the scrabble bag and they have three options during each turn;

Place a word: This means that the player combines the letters at the hand and places a word at the table which will result in a score for the player.

Exchange the tiles for new tiles: The player can choose to exchange one or all of the tiles that he currently holds. After exchanging, the turn is over and they have to wait for the next turn.  No score is awarded to the player for exchanging the tiles.

Pass their turn: This means that the player chooses to pass their turn or simply forfeit that turn. If any player passes two times a row then the game is ended and the player having the highest score will win the game. No score is awarded to the player for passing their turn.

Scrabble Rules

  • The players can combine two or more letters to form a word and place it on the board, either across or down the table.
  • Diagonal words are not allowed.
  • After completing your turn, draw as many new letters as many you played but the letters cannot be more than seven.
  • Play passes to the left.
  • No tile can be shifted or replaced after it has been played on the table.
  • A blank tile can be used as an alphabetical letter. When using a blank tile, the player must state which letter it is being used as. The blank tile represents the same letter for the rest of the game.
  • A play can be challenged before the start of the next player’s turn. For challenges, consult the dictionary. If the challenge is valid and the placed word is unacceptable then the player takes back his tiles and loses the turn, however, if the challenge is invalid and the placed word is a legit one then the challenger loses his next turn.
  • The game ends when all the letters have been drawn and one of the players uses his last letter or when there are no more possible plays left.

Scoring

The following shows five successive turns in bold type. The score points as described in the image is correct when the letter R is placed on the center square. Turn 1: HORN, Turn 2: FARM, Turn 3: PASTE and FARMS, Turn 4: MOB, NOT and BE, and in Turn 5: BIT, PI, and AT.

How to Improve Your Scrabble Game Skills?

Every player has their own skill set however there are few basic fundamentals which you can follow to improve your game skills.

  • Study the official Scrabble Dictionary and learn the two letter (ex: ki, oe, ut, xu, ya, za) and three letter (ex: bez, coz, pya, yaw, zek) words which increases your chances of scoring at least 50 points more per game. 
  • Add prefix (such as antibiotic, disagree, nonexistent) and suffixes (such as awareness, bravely, writing) in order to create a new word just by adding the extra letters.
  • Try to use the tricky letters such as Q, X, K, Z as quickly as possible to gain points and avoid penalty.
  • Look closely for the hook words, by simply adding hooks to existing word can increase your points such as turning deal to ideals, play to outplay.

Hasbro recommends reading Everything SCRABBLE® book written by Joe Edley, three-time national SCRABBLE champion and John D. Williams, Jr., executive director of the National SCRABBLE Association, which contains many strategies hint, word lists, puzzles, and how you can find seven and eight digit words quickly.

Disclaimer

SCRABBLE® is a registered trademark in U.S.A and rest of the world by Hasbro, Inc. Words with Friends is a trademark of Zynga With Friends. WordFinder.one is not affiliated with Hasbro, Zynga With Friends in any way. The site is created for entertainment purpose only.