World Scrabble Champions: A Definitive Guide

Scrabble is a worldwide phenomenon with millions of players and dozens of international tournaments around the globe.

So, naturally, keeping up with the reigning Scrabble champs of years past is no walk in the park—especially when considering all the World English Language Scrabble Players' Association (WESPA) tournaments, monstrous World Scrabble Championships, and international youth matches.

This guidebook showcases Scrabble events that attract competitors from around the world as well as the winners of these global tournaments.

The champions and medalists listed on this page are those who beat out the competition to take home gold and other prizes at the following international Scrabble tournaments:

But before we dig into the details of the winners and runners-up at each world Scrabble event, let’s take a brief look at 1) the official word list used in these international tournaments and 2) the WESPA honor board.

Then we’ll jump into the title-holders and finalists of major world Scrabble matches.


Competitive Word List

Collins Scrabble Words (CSW), or the Collins lexicon, is the official word list used by English-speaking countries other than the United States, Canada, and Thailand (who use the OSPD Scrabble Dictionary).

With its standardized format, CSW is the primary word list players used in global Scrabble competitions.

CSW was previously called the SOWPODS, which is an anagram of two acronyms: 1) Official Scrabble Players Dictionary (OSPD) and 2) Official Scrabble Words (OSW).


International Scrabble Honor Board

The WESPA-rated honor board features players who have excelled in competitive Scrabble worldwide. This global ranking system provides a good snapshot of the leading Scrabble devotees from around the world at a given time.

A notable highlight of the following honor record is the continued performance of word whiz Nigel Richards. Richards further solidified his reigning position as the best Scrabble player in history, as well as the only player to win the Scrabble title more than once when he claimed his FIFTH world title in 2019.

Year Event Winner Runner-Up
2019 WSC - Torquay Nigel Richards David Eldar
2019 WESPAC - Goa Nigel Richards Jesse Day
2018 WSC - Torquay Nigel Richards Jesse Day
2017 WESPAC - Nairobi Akshay Bhandarkar Peter Moses
2017 MSI WSC - Nottingham David Eldar Harshan Lamabadusuriya
2016 MSI WSC - Lille Brett Smitheram Mark Nyman
2015 WESPAC - Perth Wellington Jighere Lewis Mackay
2014 SCT - London Craig Beevers Chris Lipe
2013 SCT - Prague Nigel Richards Komol Panyasophonlert
2011 WSC - Warsaw Nigel Richards Andrew Fisher
2009 WSC - Johor Bahru Pakorn Nemitrmansuk Nigel Richards
2007 WSC - Mumbai Nigel Richards Ganesh Asirvatham
2005 WSC - London Adam Logan Pakorn Nemitrmansuk
2003 WSC - Kuala Lumpur Panupol Sujjayakorn Pakorn Nemitrmansuk
2001 WSC - Las Vegas Brian Cappelletto Joel Wapnick
1999 WSC - Melbourne Joel Wapnick Mark Nyman
1997 WSC - Washington, DC Joel Sherman Matt Graham
1995 WSC - London David Boys Joel Sherman
1993 WSC - New York Mark Nyman Joel Wapnick
1991 WSC - London Peter Morris Brian Cappelletto

WESPAC Champions

The World English Language Scrabble Players' Association Championship (WESPAC) is a merit-based, invitation-only tournament organized by WESPA for the global Scrabble community. You could call it the World Cup of English Scrabble.

The crème de la crème global Scrabble rendezvous is organized by the Tournament and Ratings Committee Chair, Nick Ivanovski. Only players qualifying through WESPA or through the Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ) competition are permitted to compete.

The LCQ (a one-day, 8-game tournament) is for players who didn’t make the quota but still want to compete with the worlds' best Scrabblers. The top 20% of LCQ finalists and the winner of the 18 and under competition are eligible to play in the main WESPAC tournament.

The WESPA Championship is held every second year at a location selected by WESPA in coordination with a local organizing team. WESPAC is not officially affiliated with Mattel or the World Scrabble Championship.

Here are the recent international Scrabble winners and second-place finalists:

Year Winner Runner-Ups Location Contestants
2019 Nigel Richards
(New Zealand)
Jesse Day
(United States)
Aldona, India 250
2017 Akshay Bhandarkar
(Bahrain)
Moses Peter
(Nigeria)
Nairobi, Kenya 119
2015 Wellington Jighere
(Nigeria)
Lewis Mackay
(UK)
Perth, Australia 130

2021 WESPA Championship will be held between May and September of 2021. Expressions of Interest for potential hosts are currently in review.


Brand's International Scrabble Championships

Brand's International Scrabble Championships, formerly known as the Thailand International and the King's Cup, is the largest Scrabble tournament in the world.

The tournament is basically the Wimbledon of English-language Scrabble matches, bringing as many as 8,000 players from around the world under one roof.

Many Thais compete in the tournament as well as international competitors hailing from the US, UK, Canada, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, India, and Pakistan.

The international Scrabble competition is hosted in Bangkok every July. The tournament aims to promote the learning of English and the adoption of Scrabble as a sport in Thailand.

And it has had tremendous success achieving this goal. In fact, many Thais love Scrabble, the world’s most popular word game, and call it “Crossword Game”.

Here are the past winners and runners-up of the global Scrabble tournament:

Year Winner Runner-Up
2019 Jesse Day (United States) Nigel Richards (New Zealand)
2018 Nigel Richards (13) (New Zealand) Panupol Sujjayakorn (Thailand)
2017 Komol Panyasophonlert (Thailand) Adam Logan (Canada)
2016 Nigel Richards (12) (New Zealand) Pichai Limprasert (Thailand)
2015 Nigel Richards (11) (New Zealand) Hubert Wee (Singapore)
2014 Nigel Richards (10) (New Zealand) Panupol Sujjayakorn (Thailand)
2013 Nigel Richards (9) (New Zealand) Komol Panyasophonlert (Thailand)
2012 Helen Gipson (Scotland) Thacha Koowirat (Thailand)
2011 Nigel Richards (8) (New Zealand) Komol Panyasophonlert (Thailand)
2010 Pakorn Nemitrmansuk (4) (Thailand) David Eldar (Australia)
2009 Pakorn Nemitrmansuk (3) (Thailand) Charnwit Sukhumrattanaporn (Thailand)
2008 Ong Suanne (Malaysia) Nigel Richards (New Zealand)
2007 Nigel Richards (7) (New Zealand) Komol Panyasophonlert (Thailand)
2006 Nigel Richards (6) (New Zealand) Femi Awowade (England)
2005 Panupol Sujjayakorn (Thailand) Nigel Richards (New Zealand)
2004 Nigel Richards (5) (New Zealand) Andrew Fisher (Australia)
2003 Pakorn Nemitrmansuk (2) (Thailand) Ganesh Asirvatham (Malaysia)
2002 Nigel Richards (4) (New Zealand) Femi Awowade (England)
2001 Nigel Richards (3) (New Zealand) Paul Cleary (Australia)
2000 Nigel Richards (2) (New Zealand) Jakkrit Klaphajone (Thailand)
1999 Nigel Richards (New Zealand) Naween Tharanga Fernando (Australia)
1998 Joel Sherman (United States) Charnwit Sukhumrattanaporn (Thailand)
1997 Jakkrit Klaphajone (2) (Thailand) Charnwit Sukhumrattanaporn (Thailand)
1996 Charnwit Sukhumrattanaporn (Thailand) Jakkrit Klaphajone (Thailand)
1995 Jakkrit Klaphajone (Thailand) Sam Kantimathi (United States)
1994 Sam Kantimathi (United States) Pakorn Nemitrmansuk (Thailand)
1993 Ong-Arj Charuwan (Thailand) Sam Kantimathi (United States)
1992 Pakorn Nemitrmansuk (Thailand) Mark Nyman (England)
1990 Charles Goldstein (United States) Mark Nyman (England)
1989 Apichit Vichitjitkul (Thailand) John Ozag (United States)

The 35th Brand's Crossword Game (Scrabble) King's Cup will be held in July 2020 in Bangkok.


World Scrabble Champions

The World Scrabble Championship (WSC) is one of the premier titles in competitive English-language Scrabble tournaments. The global Scrabble event draws top-tier players from more than 30 countries.

The official name of the international Scrabble tournament has changed a number of times depending on the sponsor.

The tournament was originally called the World Scrabble Championship. It was changed in 2013 to the Scrabble Champions Tournament, then to the WESPA Championship (WESPAC) in 2015. The name switched yet again in 2016 to Mind Sports International (MSI) World Championships and then to Mattel World Scrabble Championships in 2018.

The World Scrabble Championship is currently sponsored by Mattel. The mind-sport contest has been organized the past few years by a third party (Mind Sports Academy or MSA) under contract with Mattel.

The World Scrabble Championship is currently sponsored by Mattel. The mind-sport contest has been organized the past few years by a third party (Mind Sports Academy or MSA) under contract with Mattel.

Year Winner Runner-Up Location Entrants Sponsor
2019 Nigel Richards (5) (New Zealand) David Eldar (Australia) Torquay, Devon, UK 46 Mattel, Mindsports Academy
2018 Nigel Richards (4) (New Zealand) Jesse Day (United States) Torquay (final in Westfield London), UK 75 Mattel, Mindsports Academy
2017 David Eldar (Australia) Harshan Lamabadusuriya (UK) Nottingham, UK 77 Mattel, Mindsports International
2016 Brett Smitheram (UK) Mark Nyman (UK) Lille, France 72 Mattel, Mindsports International
2015 Wellington Jighere (Nigeria) Lewis Mackay (UK) Perth, Australia 130 WESPA
2014 Craig Beevers (UK) Chris Lipe (US) London, UK 108 Mattel, Mindsports International
2013 Nigel Richards (3) (New Zealand) Komol Panyasophonlert (Thailand) Prague, Czech Republic 110 Mattel, Mindsports International
2011 Nigel Richards (2) (New Zealand) Andrew Fisher (Australia) Warsaw, Poland 106 Mattel
2009 Pakorn Nemitrmansuk (Thailand) Nigel Richards (New Zealand) Johor Bahru, Malaysia 108[15] Mattel
2007 Nigel Richards (New Zealand) Ganesh Asirvatham (Malaysia) Mumbai, India 104 Mattel
2005 Adam Logan (Canada) Pakorn Nemitrmansuk (Thailand) London, UK 102 Mattel
2003 Panupol Sujjayakorn (Thailand) Pakorn Nemitrmansuk (Thailand) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 90 Mattel
2001 Brian Cappelletto (United States) Joel Wapnick (Canada) Las Vegas, US 88 Hasbro
1999 Joel Wapnick (Canada) Mark Nyman (UK) Melbourne, Australia 98 Mattel
1997 Joel Sherman (United States) Matt Graham (United States) Washington, D.C., US 80 Hasbro
1995 David Boys (Canada) Joel Sherman (United States) Piccadilly, London, UK 64 Mattel
1993 Mark Nyman (UK) Joel Wapnick (Canada) New York, US 64 Hasbro
1991 Peter Morris (United States) Brian Cappelletto (United States) London, UK 48 Spears

Niagara Falls International Open

Niagara Falls International Open is a growing tournament that’s quickly becoming one of the top global Scrabble competitions in the world.

Niagara Falls brings wordsmiths from around the world, including Scrabble competitors from across North America as well as Australia, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, Malaysia, Israel, Germany, and Japan.

There were 74 registered players and 21 games played at the latest 5th Niagara Falls International Open. Here are the prizewinners of the 5th Niagara Falls international Scrabble tournament.

Division Year Winner Third Place
Division A, Class A Adam Logan (Canada) Dave Wiegand (United States) Dave Koenig (United States)
Division A, Class B: Mark Francillon (United States) Mohammad Sulaiman (United States)
Division A, Class C Danny Panganiban (Canada)
Division B, Class A Ebikeme Adowei (Nigeria) Roger Cullman (Canada) Selwyn Lobo (United Arab Emirates)
Division B, Class B Sean Baizana (Canada) Jason Hazzard (Canada)
The 6th Niagara Falls International Open is scheduled for the end of August 2020 at the Scotiabank Convention Centre. The world Scrabble tourney is currently being called North America’s Premier Collins Event!

Malta International Scrabble Open (MISO)

The Malta International Scrabble Open (MISO) is an annual, week-long international competitive Scrabble event with three different tournament brackets. MISO is sanctioned, rated and played to the rules of WESPA. The maiden annual edition commenced in 2008.

The following tables outline the top-three finalists from the main tournament bracket each year.

MISO12 in 2019 - Main Event

The 12th annual Malta International Scrabble Open attracted more than 300 players from around the world. The global Scrabble competition was recorded in history after two of the players, David Webb (711 pts.) and Bob Violett (502 pts.), set a new world record for the most points scored in a tournament game.

Position Player Name Home Country Team Country # of Wins Spread
1 Vincent Boyle Scotland Scotland 8 +656
2 David Webb England England 7 +909
3 Mohamed Kamara Sierra Leone Sierra Leone 7 +582

MISO11 in 2018 - Main Event

Position Player Name Home Country Team Country # of Wins Spread
1 Alastair Richards Australia New Zealand 19 +1694
2 Goutham Jayaraman Singapore India 17.5 +832
3 David Webb England England 16 +999

MISO10 in 2017 - Main Event

Position Player Name # of Wins Spread
1 Evan Berofsky (Canada) 18 +1668
2 David Webb (England) 18 +1663
3 Theresa Brousson (Malta) 16 +889

MISO09 in 2016 - Main Event

Position Player Name # of Wins Spread
1 David Webb 21 +2572
2 Evan Cohen 18.5 +1146
3 David Delicata 18 +813

MISO08 in 2015 - Main Event

Position Player Name # of Wins Spread
1 David Webb 22 +1799
2 Austin Shin 21 +2138
3 Theresa Brousson 18 +1078

The 13th edition of MISO, which was scheduled for April/May 2020, has been cancelled until further notice.


World Seniors Scrabble Championship

Every year since 2014, there has been a WESPA-sanctioned and rated event specifically for seniors born on or before December 31, 1964.

Here is a look at past winners of the seniors-only global Scrabble tournament:

Year Location Winner
2019 Australia Esther Perrins (Australia)
2018 Malaysia Odette Rio (Philippines)
2017 New Zealand Joanne Craig (NZ)
2016 Malaysia Tony Sim (Singapore)
2015 Thailand Howard Warner (NZ)
2014 Sri Lanka Howard Warner (NZ)

The 7th Seniors World Championship, which is associated with Malta, has been cancelled until further notice.


WESPA Youth Cup

The WESPA Youth Cup, formerly known as the World Youth Scrabble Championship, is designed to encourage young players to engage in Scrabble tournaments both at home and abroad.

Here is a roundup of the Scrabble world youth champions of the annual tournament:

Year Location Champion Runner Up
WYC 2019 Kuala Lumpur (MYS) Tarin Pairor (THA) Janul De Silva (LKA)
WYC 2018 Dubai (UAE) Syed Imaad Ali (PAK) Janul De Silva (LKA)
WYC 2017 Kuala Lumpur (MYS) Aabid Ismail (LKA) Janul De Silva (LKA)
WYSC 2016 Lille (FRA) Sanchit Kapoor (UAE) Thavalakshman Yoganathan (LKA)
WYSC 2015 Perth (AUS) Nicholas Hong (SGP) Abdullah Abbasi (PAK)
WYSC 2014 Colombo (LKA) Jack Durand (UK) Yong Jian Rong (SGP)
WYSC 2013 Dubai (UAE) Moizullah Baig (PAK) Javeria Arshad Mirza (PAK)
WYSC 2012 Birmingham (UK) Michael McKenna (AUS) Cheong Yi Wei (MYS)
WYSC 2011 Johor Bahru (MYS) Anand Bharadwaj (AUS) Victor Gwee (SGP)
WYSC 2010 Manila (PHI) Ker Jen Ho (MYS) Preedee Khongthanarat (THA)
WYSC 2009 Johor Bahru (MYS) Ong Suanne (MYS) Alastair Richards (AUS)
WYSC 2008 Penang (MYS) Charnrit Khongthanarat (THA) Khoo Beng Way (MYS)
WYSC 2007 Johor Bahru (MYS) Toh Weibin (SGP) Sean Chung (MYS)
WYSC 2006 Wollongong (AUS) David Eldar (AUS) Austin Shin (UK)

2019 WESPA Youth Cup - Winner Details

Here are the details on the prize winners for the 2019 WESPA Youth Cup:

Award Name Country
Champion Tarin Pairor Thailand
Runner Up Janul De Silva Sri Lanka
3rd Place Yash Potnis India
4th Place Joshua Law Bing Han Singapore
5th Place Imaad Ali Pakistan
6th Place Vignesh Pirapaharan Sri Lanka
7th Place Liao Yi Singapore
8th Place Brian Po Hong Kong
9th Place Jarrett Tan Yan Keat Singapore
10th Place Eirfan Razman Malaysia
Best National Team (based on combined results of top 3 players from each country) Thailand Tarin Pairor, Napat Vatjaranurathorn, and Thanyanat Niratsungnoen
Under 16 Champion Imaad Ali Pakistan
Under 16 Runner Up Napat Vatjaranurathorn Thailand
Under 16 Third Place Hasham Hadi Khan Pakistan
Under 14 Champion Jarrett Tan Yan Keat Singapore
Under 14 Runner Up Eirfan Razman Malaysia
Under 14 Third Place Ronnie Bennett Australia
Under 12 Champion Suyash Manchali India
Under 12 Runner Up Misbah Ur Rehman Pakistan
Under 12 Third Place Lord Garnett Talisic Philippines
Under 10 Champion Madhav Gopal Kamath India
Under 10 Runner Up Aehzam Ahmed Pakistan
Under 10 Third Place Bilal Asher Pakistan
Under 8 Champion Rohit Kanna Malaysia
WESPA Award (Most WESPA games since last WYC) Madhav Gopal Kamath India
Best Player from a new country Surya Chandra Regmi Nepal
Best Novice (First time in WESPA Youth Cup) Joshua Law Bing Han (4th) Singapore
Best Female Liao Yi (7th) Singapore
Performance Prize Suyash Manchali India
Most Improved WYSC 2018 to WYC 2019 102nd to 37th
High Word 'SQUARING' 203 Manat Panmanee Thailand
High Game (690) Muhammad Nur Akbar Nedi Saputra Indonesia
Encouragement Award (Youngest in top 25) Monis Khan (12) Pakistan
Amnuay Award (for mentoring young players) Chock Heng Kong Malaysia

2020 WESPA Youth Cup:abble championship will commence its 15th annual event in December 2020. The 15th WESPA Youth Cup will (tentatively) be held in Sri Lanka.


UK Open

The annual UK Open draws players from around the globe each year.

The global Scrabble championship, which began in 2008, is one of five major tournaments overseen by the Association of British Scrabble Players (ABSP).

Here are the UK Open Scrabble Champions for previous years:

Year UK Open
2020 Ed Martin
2019 Nigel Richards
2018 Nigel Richards
2017 Nigel Richards
2016 Nigel Richards
2015 Paul Allan
2014 Nigel Richards
2013 Nigel Richards
2012 Nigel Richards
2011 Nigel Richards
2010 Nigel Richards
2009 Helen Gipson
2008 Nigel Richards

The Alchemist Cup

The Alchemist Cup is an invitational, worldwide Scrabble tournament organized by Michael Tang. The international tournament involves ten 5-player teams in which every player competes against players from teams other than their own.

Originally called the Causeway Scrabble Challenge, the Alchemist Cup is hosted every even year during the first week of December. This ongoing schedule allows the event to alternate with the WESPA-approved World Scrabble Championship.

The following table details the winner, runner-up, and third-place finisher of the inaugural Alchemist Cup 2018.

Position Player Spread
1 Ganesh Asirvatham (MYS) +2560
2 Adam Logan (ROW) +2174
3 Nigel Richards (NZL) +1499

Alchemist Cup 2020 will be held at the Genting Highland Resort in Malaysia at the beginning of December.


City of Sydney International Masters

The City of Sydney International Masters (CSIM) went international in 1999, the year Nigel Richards won the tournament. However, the Scrabble tournament didn’t qualify for international rating until 2012.

International Scrabble players are eligible to compete in CSIM regardless of WESPA ratings. Australian players, however, need to have a WESPA rating over 1000 at the time of entry.

Here are the titleholders from previous tournaments in the Land Down Under:

Year First Second Third
2020 Andrew Fisher David Eldar Marlon Prudencio (SG)
2019 Andrew Fisher Edward Okulicz Ryan Sutton
2018 David Eldar Trevor Halsall Naween Fernando
2017 Andrew Fisher Chris May Alastair Richards (NZ)
2016 Alastair Richards (NZ) Noel Barrett Joanne Craig
2015 David Eldar Edward Okulicz Alastair Richards (NZ)
2014 Andrew Fisher Naween Fernando Alastair Richards (NZ)
2013 Alastair Richards (NZ) Peter Kougi Andrew Fisher
2012 David Eldar Chris May Peter Kougi
2011 Chris May Edward Okulicz Trevor Halsal
2010 Joanne Craig Naween Fernando Edward Okulicz
2009 Andrew Fisher Trevor Halsall Tony Hunt
2008 David Eldar Edward Okulicz Andrew Fisher
2007 Edward Okulicz Andrew Fisher Bob Jackman
2006 Andrew Fisher David Eldar Naween Fernando
2005 Paul Cleary Chris May Alistair Kane
2004 Edward Okulicz Naween Fernando Chris May
2003 Andrew Fisher Rod Talbot Paul Cleary
2002 John Holgate Naween Fernando Rod Talbot
2001 Naween Fernando Joan Rosenthal John Holgate
2000 Paul Cleary Bob Jackman John Holgate
1999 Nigel Richards (NZ) Kendall Boyd (NZ) Evan Simpson (UK)
1998 Paul Cleary Sam Kantimathi (USA) John Holgate
1997 Esther Perrins Alistair Kane Roger Blom
1996 Joan Rosenthal Paul Cleary Bob Jackman
1995 Not Held
1994 Joan Rosenthal John Holgate Marie Knight
1993 Joan Rosenthal Alistair Kane John Holgate
1992 Geoff Wright Joan Rosenthal John Holgate
1991 Jean McGiffen Lena Boyd Geoff Wright
1990 Esther Byers John Holgate Alistair Kane

Israeli Open Scrabble Tournament

The Israeli Open Scrabble Tournament is in its 13th year.

The international Scrabble competition draws players from around the world including Austria, Ireland, Germany, Israel, the Netherlands, India, Singapore, Nigeria, England, Australia, US, and Canada.

It also has the same level of prize money as the two Malta events, MISO and the World Senior Open.

Here are the winners of the annual international Scrabble tournament from previous years:

Year Winner Nationality of Winner
2020 Mpakaboari Jack Nigeria
2019 Elie Dangoor England
2018 Evan Cohen Israel
2017 David Webb England
2016 Evan Cohen Israel
2015 Graham Haigh England
2014 Toh Weibin Singapore
2013 Elie Dangoor England
2012 Mikki Nicholson England
2011 Sam Kantimathi USA
2010 Adam Logan Canada
2009 Evan Cohen Israel

13th Israeli Open Scrabble Tournament will take place in Tel Aviv on February 19th - February 21st, 2021.


Capgemini International Scrabble Tournament

Capgemini International, previously known as iGate, in India, is described by WESPA as the “largest corporate-sponsored tournament in the world”.

In addition to Indian Scrabble players, competitors of all ages from Sri Lanka, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Kuwait, the Netherlands, New Zealand, and Australia flock to the international event.

Capgemini’s 2019 World Scrabble Winners

Division A (42 Contestants) Division B (48 Contestants) Division C (28 Contestants)
Winner Nigel Richards (New Zealand) Rahil Parkar (India) Abid Hussain (India)
Runner-Up Goutham Jayaraman (Singapore) Manju Sood Ishika S (India)
Third Place Jakkrit Klaphajone (Thailand) Mangala Bhandarkar Suyash Manchali (India)

Capgemini’s 2018 World Scrabble Winners

Division A (38 Contestants) Division B (52 Contestants) Division C (16 Contestants)
Winner Nigel Richards (New Zealand) Sudhir Kamath (India) Neelam Agrawal (India)
Runner-Up Hubert Wee (Singapore) R Nalini (India) Madhav Gopal Kamath (India)
Third Place Sherwin Rodrigues (India) Manju Sood (India) Suchindra Potnis (India)

Cape Town International

The Cape Town International (CTI) in South Africa is a relatively new addition to the global scene. Here are the winners of the first two international Scrabble competitions:

CTI 2018 International Scrabble Winners

Position Player Name # of Wins Spread
1 Lukeman Owolabi (NGA) 36 +4177
2 Mulemena Mpundu (ZMB) 33 +1877
3 Trevor Hovelmeier (ZAF) 31 +4326

CTI 2016 International Scrabble Winners

Position Player Name # of Wins Spread
1 Nigel Richards (NZL) 38 +4458
2 David Eldar (AUS) 30.5 +1642
3 Komol Panyasophonlert (THA) 29 +1940