'Copyright' is a Twenty-Point Word

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Played with a set of one hundred square, cardboard tiles, but no board, players would draw at random nine tiles and attempt to construct words from their choices. In 1938, Butts began work on a variation of Lexiko, which he called "Criss-Cross Words," and added a 15-by-15 square game board and crossword-style game play...
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Several game manufacturers rejected the game design, but Butts was able to sell copies on his own. Unfortunately Butts' profits were not enough to recover his development expenses. Therefore, in 1948 he sold the rights to game-lover and Newtown, Connecticut lawyer James Brunot. Brunot made several minor adjustments to the design, simplified the rules, and renamed the game "Scrabble," a word which means "to grope frantically...
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