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We like scrabble in my family and have played it for years. But instead of strategy it's more likely a who has the greatest vocabulary of 2 or 3 letter words and can make more interesting plays.
I know I should be able to do better at this than I do, my vocabulary is reasonably large, helped mostly by the hours of reading I used to do. Whenever I play however I end up resorting to three and four letter words.
Really one of the better word games, hamstrung only by downtime that can range from annoying to ridiculous. And knowing all the two letter words and what is allowed can be a big advantage.
Death did ham inventory. Own 3 travel versions, Franklin Mint, and 2 deluxe versions. Oh, and SUPER SCRABBLE, which is "Pretty Good". I'd sorta like the Scrabble Premier Edition which Restoration Hardware sells if and when it starts selling for less (new or used), but it currently sells for $149 new.
(+) Interesting decisions for where to place words, trying to come up with words with your tiles can be fun (-) A ton of AP, vocabulary needs to be high, word building games don't appeal to me personally, takes time for people to look up words or check that they are real, takes too long for what it does, Lingo and Bananagrams fix some of these problems and I would always rather play those.