A self-annotated page from a professional Scrabble player’s dictionary

Aug 23, 2012 By Abraham 5

Recently, Merriam-Webster editor-at-large Peter Sokolowski Tweeted a picture of the 346th page of pro Scrabbler David Gibson’s Scrabble dictionary…

The amount of studying represented on this page is impressive enough. But then to multiply it by the number of pages in the dictionary — over 670 — is simply staggering.

(via Literodditi)

Comments

  1. Dee says:

    I don’t understand getting so obsessed about a game…. it’s a game…. for FUN… Sure people like to to win but for cripes sake!

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