Back to WSC 1999
The United States will be represented by 14 players at the 1999 World SCRABBLE® Championship. See here round by round for news of how the American players are doing.
|Joel Sherman (NY) qualifies to attend as the reigning World SCRABBLE® Champion.|
Ten players were determined on the basis of their qualifying ratings, based on a minimum of 70 games played in at least 4 different tournaments between May 1, 1998 and May 1, 1999, including 25 games in the last 5 months or 15 games in the last 3 months of the qualifying period.
A World SCRABBLE® Championship
Qualifying Tournament run by NSA Club #248 (Bedford, TX)
Director Mary Rhoades on June 11-13 in
determined the remaining three places as shown.|
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