Scrabble

Alfred Mosher Butts, an out-of-work architect, invented a game that players say perfectly balances skill and luck, risk and reward. As part of Morning Edition's Present at the Creation series, sportswriter and Scrabble expert Stefan Fatsis explores the unlikely origins of an American game.

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