Michael Betzold is a Michigan journalist and lifelong Scrabble enthusiast. The author of several books, including Appointment with Doctor Death, Betzold plays Scrabble regularly in an Ann Arbor club and has taught his secrets to getting better scores in adult education classes. He averages 400 points a game and likes to win on the final turn with a bingo.Sometimes, you wona#39;t keep the best leave because you can make a much higher ascoring play by using some of the bingo-friendly letters. But if you have two different words you could play for about the same amount of points, choose the one that allows you the best leave. Sometimes you ... The six extra points are definitely not worth it in the long run, so sacrifice them to keep the good bingo letters.
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