What is Scrabble?
Scrabble is a crossword style game wherein two to four players can participate. Each player gets a rack of seven tiles which will be used to form words in a horizontal or vertical manner. Each letter is assigned a particular value and has its own distribution.
The rights to the game Scrabble are owned by Hasbro for the U.S. and Canada and by Mattel everywhere else.
How much is each letter worth?
The values of each letter are as follows:
(1 point)-A, E, I, O, U, L, N, S, T, R
(2 points)-D, G
(3 points)-B, C, M, P
(4 points)-F, H, V, W, Y
(8 points)- J, X
(10 points)-Q, Z
What is the distribution of the letters in Scrabble?
Scrabble tile letter distribution is as follows:
A-9, B-2, C-2, D-4, E-12, F-2, G-3, H-2, I-9, J-1, K-1, L-4, M-2, N-6, O-8, P-2, Q-1, R-6, S-4, T-6, U-4, V-2, W-2, X-1, Y-2, Z-1 and Blanks-2.