That’s my Scrabble hand in Facebook Scrabble right now. My opponent has played the Z, J, and 2 C’s in the last three plays.


And no, the J and the Z can’t be played upon.



Keep the a & one e, exchange five and hope you draw the letters for a 7-letter play to catch up

if there is an M available you could play miaou which would be a great dump,eau is ok, but I think the best play is to trade all 7 if the M aint there.


(sorry… couldn’t resist)

Heh…didn’t see this thread previously, but this was my facebook status yesterday:

If there’s an ‘N’ free on the board, you could play Eunoia. There’s nothing to intimidate an opponent like using all five graphemes for vowels in one go.