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Play your tiles to score big! To start, select six letters at random, then play your letter tiles on the board to create a new word. Each play must cross one of the words already on the board. Each letter is worth points, with rarer letters like X or Z having the highest value. Pick your computer ... Oct 23, 2005 · I have noticed this a few times on the Colorado system. Sometimes the a few of DCSO groups will be heard and identified by # even when the bank is closed and those groups are identified by name and locked out in the TG list. Oct 23, 2005 · I have noticed this a few times on the Colorado system. Sometimes the a few of DCSO groups will be heard and identified by # even when the bank is closed and those groups are identified by name and locked out in the TG list. Oct 23, 2005 · I have noticed this a few times on the Colorado system. Sometimes the a few of DCSO groups will be heard and identified by # even when the bank is closed and those groups are identified by name and locked out in the TG list.

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Oct 23, 2005 · I have noticed this a few times on the Colorado system. Sometimes the a few of DCSO groups will be heard and identified by # even when the bank is closed and those groups are identified by name and locked out in the TG list. Play your tiles to score big! To start, select six letters at random, then play your letter tiles on the board to create a new word. Each play must cross one of the words already on the board. Each letter is worth points, with rarer letters like X or Z having the highest value. Pick your computer ...