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National Scrabble Association Official Tournament and Club Word List Paperback – 2005
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This is the Official, current 2006 word list of the National Scrabble Association. Every acceptable word up to and including 9-letter words is included. This book has previously been unavailable to the Scrabble playing public. This word list has been carefuly guarded by the Powers That Be, as they do not want you to know which words are acceptable, chosing to keep that information secret, so that only those that join their Secret Brotherhood may fully enjoy Scrabble. Available now, for the first time to the general public!
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Like any dictionary, it only really helps if you know the first few letters of the word. Ex: I'm trying to find any word that has both an X and a Z... Can't do it with this book. Using software doesn't help because you have to exit the game on an IPad to go to the software. The book should have a section of "Words Containing...".
Too much money for a book I rarely use.
Both books have tons of lists made especially for tournament Scrabble players. Bob's Bible actually has all of the 2-8 letter words like the OCTWL, but with the front and back one letter hooks printed to the right and left of each word and any anagrams right below the word you are looking up. Both books have short lists of the important words like Q without U and and words with too many vowels or too many consonants. They also have comprehensive lists of the words by the number of letters in the word. The OCTWL has only the one long list of all the words.