Four's EnoughEdit

This game takes place between two players (or teams). Sight unseen, both players take it in turn to draw a tile from a container and place them face up in front of themselves. The aim is to produce a word of four or more letters. If a four letter word can be formed by one player, that player gets one point. At this stage, if both players have a four letter word, no points are scored. If no four letter word is possible for either player, tiles are again drawn alternately until a word is formed. Before scoring points for these words, the players must have drawn the same number of tiles. Scoring works as follows. A four letter word gets one point, a five letter word gets two points, and so on. If both players get words of different lengths in the same turn, the player with the longer word scores. The winner is the first player to get ten points.

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