In the "Scrabble" game, the letter cards are placed in the bag or the cards are placed face down on the table, and the participants each draw one, and the first letter is played first (the blank card is the highest priority). After each card is played, the participant retrieves the number of cards that have been played from the bag, so that the letter cards are held on the shelf until the letters are exhausted. In each round, the participant can (a) give up the card and get zero points; (b) when the number of cards in the pile is not less than seven, the player can choose to change the card from the pile and get zero points; If you play the card and vocabulary, you can score the number; (D) question the card of the previous participant (challenge).
When the first participant signs a card, the vocabulary must pass through the star in the center of the plate and have at least two letters. The vocabulary is spelled from left to right or top to bottom. In addition to the first player, spelling must use the letter cards already on the plate. All vocabulary words can be scored. A blank card can be used as any letter.
The player can question the vocabulary of the previous player. If the vocabulary does not exist, the relevant participant must withdraw the letter card, and the circle has zero points.
At the end of the game, the player will subtract the score of the card from the hand to get the final score; if the player has no letter card on hand, he will be given an additional score on the player's hand. The highest scorer wins.