David Boys (Scrabble)

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David Boys is a top Canadian Scrabble expert. He won the World Scrabble Championship (WSC) in London, UK, in 1995,[1] and the Canadian Scrabble Championship in 2003. He also finished third in the WSC in both 1991 and 1999. In 1996 and again in 2007, he lost a match to a computer.[2][3] His competitive career began in 1986. He has played in over 1,800 tournament games, winning about 67%, and has earned over $40,000 in prize money.[4]

David Boys

Boys is married and lives with his wife, his son Alex and two daughters, Evelyn and Rebecca in Dorval, Quebec, Canada and works as a programmer analyst.

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  1. ^ "WSC History". www.wscgames.com. Retrieved 2019-10-28.
  2. ^ https://www.chronicle.com/blogs/wiredcampus/a-computer-program-wins-its-first-scrabble-tournament/2800
  3. ^ http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2011/02/10/man-vs-computer-a-gaming-history/
  4. ^ "cross-tables.com". www.cross-tables.com. Retrieved 2019-10-28.

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