JKQXZ are high scoring tiles in a scrabble set and there is only one set of each letter.
I am still a rookie learning how to do end game analysis, so I hope my analysis below made with the help of LeXpert makes sense to everyone.Your opponent is able to score big with KOURRA 14J(45), KURRE 14J(45) or RAKER A1(36). Priority is to block row 14 as your opponent will score more.There are several ways that the tiles on your rack can be broken into two words:ABYE/BAYE - FEGGABY - FEEBEEF/FEEB - YAG/GAYBEEFY - AGWe need a word that can back hook to PE and score relatively high. The choice is to play GABY 14G and either play FEE F2 or FEE N13 on the next move.First scenario:You: GABY 14G (24) 372Opp: REAK 15H (39) 396You: FEE F2 (19) 391You: (ORU) (6) 397You win 397-396.Since there are two places to play FEE, it won't help even if your opponent tries to block one of them.Second scenario:You: GABY 14G (24) 372Opp: KUE F2 (22) 379You: FEE N13 (17) 389You: (ROAR) (8) 397You win 397-379.
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