Today i want to share about scrabble.enjoy reading :) .there are not many board games that are sold in over 121 countries around the world, with over 100 million sets sold in 29 different languages.without doubt, Scrabble is one of the world's most popular and best-selling word games.perhaps one of the main attractions of the game is that the basic principle of Scrabble is relatively simple.players pick out from a bag seven tiles containing a single letter each (or,if they are lucky, a blank) and try to create a word from the tiles.words are then strategically placed on the board to gain as many points as possibble.at the end of the game the winner is the player with the most points.inevitably, people of all ages and experience compete to achieve that elusive seven-letter word that uses up all their tiles in one go-and thereby earn the valuable 50 bonus points.
one would imagine that a word game involving part skill and part luck would be a certain winner.but i love this game so much when i was in primary school.Scrabble is a tale of repeated rejection , determination and committed hard work.
i wonder why i never have a chance to win when i play that game.so, i quit play it and for now i love doing outdoor sports.a lot of.maybe because i'm used to it.'never give up' .but in this scrabble thing,i will quit it.too bored for me i guess.huhu :)
back to the history of the scrabble,in 1952 was to be a turning point for the success of Scrabble.by a stroke of luck, Jack Strauss, the Chairman of Macey's in New York, and one of the most famous department stores in the world, played Scrabble while he was on holiday.
i'm done . . a little of scrabble history..and never have a chances to win if i play this game.so,i don't like this game . . :)