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Try emailing Hasbro. It is a bit hard to find where to contact customer support. This should work: https://hasbro-new.custhelp.com/app/ask


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"Playability" refers to the expected benefit from playing the word. That is, the actual benefit times the expected chances of getting to make the play. Q is a very high-valued letter, so any word made with a Q will give you a large benefit. QIN, QIS, and QAT, also have pretty good chances of being played, because you can tack on the Q to common words such ...


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"Playability" refers to how often these words crop up in real games. Someone will have made a database of all the words played across a large number of "high-standard" games (e.g. club level and above) and ranked how often certain words crop up. QIN ranks highly because it is a very common way of getting rid of a Q (since there are relatively few Q words ...


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The app Quackle has the useful feature of giving its valuation of those plays it lists. By comparing its valuations of various options in various circumstances I found out that Quackle values: leaving 1 tile in the bag at +10 leaving 2 tiles in the bag at +7 The point is: once there are not many tiles in the bag, provided that there's a decent chance ...


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The minimum turn score for a 7-letter word is 5, supposing that the 7 tiles are both blanks and 5 1-point tiles, no premium squares were covered in that turn, and fewer than 7 tiles were played in that turn (that is, at least one tile in that word had been played earlier). The minimum turn score for playing 7 tiles in one turn is 56, not 55. If the board ...



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