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- A resource for Scrabble players in the Tucson, AZ, area — online since May 7, 2002.
- Home to The Tucson Scrabble Contact List a Public listing of Recreational Players in Tucson, AZ
- Home to The Tucson Scrabble Registry a Private listing of Recreational Players in Tucson, AZ
- Home to two North American Scrabble Players Association Clubs (NASPA)
- Home to one Word Game Players’ Organization Club (WGPO)
- Home to three other recreational clubs in Tucson and Ajo, AZ
- A place to find information about Scrabble Tournaments in the Desert Southwest
- Whatever else you think it should be – we’re open to suggestions.Click here to contact us or give Ed a call at (520) 575 – 6734
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Possible restart of the Sunday Afternoon Scrabble Club in Tucson:After a six-week hiatus from club Scrabble, I’m looking to check the interest level in restarting the Sunday Afternoon Scrabble Club.
If you are interested in playing club Scrabble on Sunday afternoons, please read the following carefully and get back to me with your thoughts. The responses I get to this post will go a long way towards determining the future of tournament Scrabble in Tucson.
In the past, the Sunday club met every Sunday afternoon from 1pm to 7pm at various venues around the city. We played under NASPA Tournament Rules, kept statistics, and charged a $3.00 weekly fee (75 cents of that fee went to the club kitty and was used to defray club expenses, website hosting fees, and subsidize our tournaments. The remaining $2.25 was returned to players as prizes in our weekly contests.) Club sessions were hosted by various club members and were held in various parts of the city to even out the amount of travel necessary to play in the club.
I expect that the club would be run in much the same manner as before (with some minor tweaks) but I am open to considering new or different ideas should they be presented by interested players.
Areas that could be adjusted include number of meetings per month, meeting times, club fee, venue (If someone can provide a single venue that is centrally located, always available, accessible, able to meet our space needs, and FREE. . . .), adherence to NASPA Tournament Rules, and statistics.
If you have any suggested changes, or if you simply want to let me know what your own personal “perfect” club situation might be, please include them in your response to this post. If players express a desire for something different than what we’ve done in the past, I will definitely consider that as we move along.
To respond to this post or if you would be interested in playing in the Sunday Afternoon Club please contact Ed Saunders at (520) 575 – 6734 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Next Sanctioned NASPA Tournament In Tucson: None scheduled
Sunday Afternoon Scrabble Club goes on indefinite hiatus:
The club, which met at various locations around the city of Tucson on a loosely woven and variable schedule, has suffered from low attendance problems and competition from other weekend pursuits.
The regular club sessions will no longer be held on Sundays until further notice. If you’d like to play casually on Sundays until the club reconvenes, call Ed at (520) 575 – 6734 for further info or to set up a casual game.
Tucsonscrabble.com has added printable scoresheets to our leftside menu. Click on “Printable Scoresheets” located directly under our “New Players Section” to access pdfs for a variety of eight printable scoresheets for you to print and use in your games.
Tucsonscrabble.com has launched two pages for local players who are looking for a game. Please consider adding your name. The more names, the better the chances of locating a new Scrabble-playing friend.
The first is The Tucson Scrabble Contact List, a simple online publiclisting of local players who are interested in finding other local players who like to play their favorite game. Players are listed by the general area of residence with their phone numbers and/or email addresses. If you want to find a playing partner, check this list. If you want a playing partner to find you. . . .contact us and add your name.
The second is The Tucson Scrabble Registry, a similar but separate and private listing maintained offline for those people who are more protective of their contact info. Full details of the rules for contacting players on this Registry are posted on this page.
If you are interested in having your name added to either of these lists, please give Ed a call at (520) 575 – 6734 or drop him an email at email@example.com
Independent Online Scrabble Newsletter “The Last Word”(edited by Scrabble luminary Cornelia Guest and, might I add, well worth the read. . . .) now has a link on TucsonScrabbleDotCom.
Cornelia Guest’s fabulous independent Scrabble newsletter “The Last Word” is now available online. Scrabble features, news, tournament info, challenges, tips, etc., etc. It’s all here in an easy to navigate format that will keep you occupied and interested for hours if you let it. You can find our regular links in the “Links” section (under “Online Scrabble Resources) on the left-side menu or the “Online Scrabble Newsletters” section on the right-side menu. For now, click here.
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