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While there are no explicit rules in Scrabble to handle this, it's pretty straight forward to do this in Scrabble with minimal disruption. I've done this on several occasions. Leave any tiles on the board where they are. Even if you could remember which tiles they played, you wouldn't want to. Tiles that are played are essentially communal property, as ...


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This sounds more like a question of sportsmanship and the play-style of people you choose to play with rather than an actual rules question. Yes, discarding is the last thing you do on your turn; when you make a meld you do so during your turn before discarding your card. However, as long as the next player has not taken a turn, or provided any additional ...


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I think it's a particular issue with this game, which can be played at two different levels - as a 'friendly' game with family or friends, where people unfamiliar with the game stick to the most obvious cow-collecting strategy whilst leaving the progress of their train and what buildings they build mostly to channce. Or at a 'competitive' level, where ...


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