Pakorn Nemitrmansuk

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Pakorn Nemitrmansuk (born 1975) is one of Thailand's top Scrabble players and the 2009 World Scrabble Champion.[1][2][3] An architect and resident of Bangkok,[4] Thailand, Nemitrmansuk has competed at World Scrabble Championship six times between 1999–2011 and was the runner-up in 2003 and 2005.[5][6]

At World Scrabble Championship 2009 in Malaysia in November, 2009, Nemitrmansuk won 18 games in the first 24 rounds,[7] 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.[8]

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  1. ^ Scrabble world lost for words at Thai win, Bangkok Post, 30 November 2009 [1] Retrieved 30 April 2011
  2. ^ http://www.wscgames.com/2009/ WSC 2009
  3. ^ "cross-tables.com". www.cross-tables.com. Retrieved 2019-10-28.
  4. ^ Game on, The Observer, Lynn Barber, 11 December 2005, [2] Retrieved 30 April 2011
  5. ^ Scrabble Kings Vie for Linguistic Superiority, New York Times, Alan Cowell, 21 November 2005 [3] Retrieved 30 April 2011
  6. ^ http://www.wscgames.com/cgi-bin/player.cgi?given=Pakorn&surname=Nemitrmansuk&country=Thailand&exact=1 WSC Player Information: Pakorn Nemitrmansuk
  7. ^ http://live.wscgames.com/2009/standing/1/24.html WSC 2009 Standings: Round 24
  8. ^ http://live.wscgames.com/2009/finals.html WSC 2009: Finals

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