>Writing 'play' instead of 'splay'
I was talking about the other triple, the one the first letter of Easily will reach because it's one letter longer than Splay. I'd actually completely forgotten there was a second one after the second to last letter of the word.
To show you what I mean, a handy visual aid.
Personally, I'd be more concerned that her opponents tiles are just hanging there and she's not looking at them. She's going to lose regardless of her word choice, because victory goes to the ones without honor.
Also, goddamn it, I love this board and at least some of the people on it.
I'm playing you guys against against a scrabble AI
AI : 89
the highest scoring move you could have made was LANDFORM
Your move /tg/
yes it is possible 23pts
this isnt actually scrabble its lexulous, its basically scrabble but with 8 letter tiles and the word multipliers are laid out differently
to be fair, there are only so many times an announcer can say
"HE FUCKED UP."
"HE FUCKED UP AGAIN."
"HE HAS NOW FUCKED UP."
before he starts sounding like lincoln in a theater.
Gotta mix it up sometimes.
So ADOBE was not accepted, because EBH is not a word. However ABODE uses the same letters, has the same score, and is valid.
HANDYMAN was the best possible choice with 65 points ABODE was 2nd best with 35.
>before he starts sounding like lincoln in a theater.