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How does the end of game scoring work if both players have tiles left?

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Player 1 is ahead by 8 points. It is Player 2's turn, and she passes. Player 1 passes. Player 2 passes. The game ends (right?). Player 1 is holding tiles worth 8 points. Player 2 is holding tiles worth 5 points. What is the final outcome of the game - that is, who wins and what is the point differential?
asked 8 years ago in Strategy by Word Rookie (120 points)

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If there are three passes, then the points remaining in your hand is subtracted from your score. Same for the opponent. In this case, Player 1 loses 8 points and Player 2 loses 5 points. Player 2 wins by 3 points.
answered 8 years ago by Word Freak (50,570 points)
Player 1 wins by 5

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