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The board layout - the positioning of the bonus squares is different. Words With Friends: Scrabble: Also, the distribution and points scored for the letters in Words With Friends is slightly different to Scrabble. For example, B and C score 3 points in Scrabble, but 4 points in Words With Friends.


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The tile distribution is different, as are the tile values. Scrabble WWF Letter (#, Value) (#,Value) A (9,1) (9,1) B (2,3) (2,4) C (2,3) (2,4) D (4,2) (5,2) E (12,1) (13,1) F (2,4) (2,4) G (3,2) (3,3) H (2,4) (4,3) I (9,1) (8,1) J (...


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Another difference, that actually has a bigger impact on strategy, is that the BINGO bonus (the bonus for playing all 7 tiles in one move) is reduced from 50 to 35. Together with the placement of the bonus squares (see above) often allowing quadruple letter words and 9-time scoring letters (12 if placed also in both directions), you can sometimes score ...


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Here is a link. If you cannot access that page, let me explain it below: The Scrabble grid looks like this: (P for red cells, B for pink cells, T for blue cells, and D for light blue cells.) P--D---P---D--P -B---T---T---B- --B---D-D---B-- D--B---D---B--D ----B-----B---- -T---T---T---T- --D---D-D---D-- P--D--(B)--D--P --D---D-D---D-- -T---T---T---T- ----B--...


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