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Secrets Of A Scrabble Champ

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Secrets Of A Scrabble Champ

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Secrets Of A Scrabble Champ

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Laurie Cohen may have put herself in the record books this week — by winning a Scrabble game. Cohen won the game at a Scrabble tournament in Phoenix with 725 points.

Cohen tells Scott Simon that one word in particular put her over the top — and gave her 230 points.

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