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2004 National SCRABBLE® Championship Live Coverage

[ Congratulations to the new National Champion, Trey Wright, who defeated David Gibson in three straight games, 365-328, 355-344 and 429-328. Please tune in to ESPN to watch the final games at 1 P.M. ET on Sunday, October 3rd, 2004. We welcome your e-mailed corrections to our web site. ]

The 2004 National SCRABBLE® Championship took place from July 31st to August 5th at the Marriot Hotel in New Orleans, LA. Over 800 players played eight games Sunday, seven games Monday, eight games Tuesday and seven games Wednesday. After those thirty games, the top two contenders in Division 1 played a best-of-five final match on Thursday, which was shown to a public audience at the hotel on closed circuit TV and will be telecast on ESPN at 1 P.M. ET on Sunday, October 3rd, 2004.

The links above take you to our live coverage, which was updated regularly from Sunday morning to Thursday afternoon. Click Games to match wits with the top players as you play through their exciting games.

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The SCRABBLE® trademark is owned by J.W. Spear and Sons, PLC, a subsidiary of Mattel, Inc. outside of the United States and Canada. 

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