Without looking at the tiles in the bag, the players will have a tile. A player, who has a letter closer to "A", starts the game. The white tile will win the game startup. Tiles should be replaced in a bag and used in the rest of the game.
Each player starts their line to draw the seven-tile Scrabble hand. There are three options for the train. The player can put a word, replace the tiles with new tiles, or choose to go. In most cases, players try to put words, as the other two options will result in no points.
If the player decides to change the tiles, you can opt to change any or all of the tiles they currently have. After the tiles are replaced, the row ends and the player has to wait while their next round puts the words on the board
Players can choose at any time. You will lose this time, and I hope you can play the next time. If the player passes twice, the game will end with the most points to win.
Once the tiles are playing on the board, players can draw new tiles to replace them. Players always have seven tiles during the game. The drawing board always takes place without looking at the bag so the letters are always unknown.
Ending the Game
After all the tiles have gone out of the pocket and one player put all their chips, the game ends with the highest number of points.