Scrabble Player Demands Strip Search

October 17, 2011 by staff 

Scrabble Player Demands Strip SearchScrabble Player Demands Strip Search, Mr. Martin Chollapat Itthi-Aree opponent made the accusation after the letter was lost during the game.

The Thai player tournament officials wanted to take Mr. Martin in the bathroom to have a full strip search. However, his request was denied and Mr. Martin proceeded to win the match in Warsaw, Poland, by a single point.

The tournament was finally won by New Zealand’s largest Scrabble player Nigel Richards, who was unstoppable winning all their games to finally take home the title.

Richards beat out 116 competitors from 44 countries to finally beat Australian Andrew Fisher in the final and be the first person to win two world championships.

The Kiwi and went home with 20,000 (£ 12,700) in prize money and gave an acceptance speech of a word, simply saying ‘Nice’, after being crowned champions for the second time.

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