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The finals of the 2004 National Championship were held on Sunday, November 21st at The Cavendish Conference Centre, Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT. Finalists Mark Nyman and Andrew Cook played a best-of-five match to determine the new National Champion.
Each of the final games were posted live to this web site in interactive form, through the links listed below. Congratulations to this year’s National SCRABBLE Champion, Mark Nyman, who defeated Andrew Cook three games to two, scoring 491-360, 445-375, 416-518, 350-589 and 443-342. To find out more about the event and about Scrabble in the U.K., please visit the ABSP web site.
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|10:15 A.M.||Game 1||9:45 A.M.
|11:15 A.M.||Game 2|
|12:15 A.M.||Lunch Break|
|1:30 P.M.||Game 3|
|2:30 P.M.||Game 4*|
|3:30 P.M.||Game 5*|
|4:30 P.M.||Prize presentation*|
* Games 4 and 5 will be played only if necessary: the final is the best of five games. If the final does not go to five games, the presentation may take place earlier.
|Stage Presentation||Paul Chadwick (MC), Allan Simmons (Commentator), Jo Ramjane|
|Tournament Director||Chris Hawkins|
|Game Annotators||Jo Kollar, Mauro Pratesi, Ross MacKenzie|
|Internet Relay||Stewart Holden|
|Simultaneous Games||Brett Smitheram|
|Other Stalls||Wayne Kelly|
|Tournament Organiser||Philip Nelkon|
|Press Officer||Jackie McLeod|
This coverage was produced live from the event site by Stewart Holden and John Chew, webmaster of the (North American) National SCRABBLE® Association. SCRABBLE® is a registered trademark of J.W. Spear & Sons Limited, Maidenhead SL6 4UB, England except in Canada and the United States, where it is a registered trademark of HASBRO. Used under license from Mattel Europa BV.