Turkish Scrabble


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TURKISH

Letter	Face value     Distribution

A       1               12
B       3                2
C       4                2
Ç       4                2
D       3                2
E       1                8
F       7                1
G       5                1
       8                1          G saucer
H       5                1
I       2                4
       1                7          I dot
J      10                1
K       1                7
L       1                7
M       2                4
N       1                5
O       2                3
Ö       7                1
P       5                1
R       1                6
S       2                3
       4                2          S cedilla
T       1                5
U       2                3
Ü       3                2
V       7                1
Y       3                2
Z       4                2
BLANK   0                2
Links:
'Scrabble to learn words'
This is a language teaching tool and shows every play translated into English. If you can enter the English translation of your play before it shows you, you get double points. The point values on the tiles do not quite exactly match the list above, and the game is played with 10 tiles on the rack. If you get into a position where you cannot make a valid play, there is no option to pass and your only option is to start a new game!
Turkce Scrabble (includes the full list of 2-letter words near the end of the page; a shorter list of 2's with meanings is here)
Turkish Scrabble Clubs
Official Dictionary?
A useful online wordlist Searchable here.
(ditto, alternative site)
Turkish Scrabble discussion group
Code-Team Something to do with Turkish Scrabble on TV?
Scrabble Tournament

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