Pakorn Nemitrmansuk (born 1975) is one of Thailand's top Scrabble players and the 2009 World Scrabble Champion. An architect and resident of Bangkok, Thailand, Nemitrmansuk has competed at World Scrabble Championship six times between 1999–2011 and was the runner-up in 2003 and 2005.
At World Scrabble Championship 2009 in Malaysia in November, 2009, Nemitrmansuk won 18 games in the first 24 rounds, earning him a spot in the best-of-five final against the reigning champion Nigel Richards, where Nemitrmansuk won the championship by three games to one.
- World Scrabble Championships
- Four time winner of the Brand's Crossword Game King's Cup
- Scrabble world lost for words at Thai win, Bangkok Post, 30 November 2009  Retrieved 30 April 2011
- http://www.wscgames.com/2009/ WSC 2009
- Game on, The Observer, Lynn Barber, 11 December 2005,  Retrieved 30 April 2011
- Scrabble Kings Vie for Linguistic Superiority, New York Times, Alan Cowell, 21 November 2005  Retrieved 30 April 2011
- http://www.wscgames.com/cgi-bin/player.cgi?given=Pakorn&surname=Nemitrmansuk&country=Thailand&exact=1 WSC Player Information: Pakorn Nemitrmansuk
- http://live.wscgames.com/2009/standing/1/24.html WSC 2009 Standings: Round 24
- http://live.wscgames.com/2009/finals.html WSC 2009: Finals
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