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Highest Single Move "Words With Friends" Score Using Four Tiles

United States Eric Chen

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  • response to previous attempt United States Stuart Klimek

    Stuart Klimek

    The play of OXYPHENBUTAZONE, of course, is contrived. What is interesting is that it is not the highest possible. One can score nearly 300 points more with MERCAPTOPURINES. The four-tile play of OXYPHENBUTAZONE uses only two word multipliers, while MERCAPTOPURINES may be played to use three: (M)er(C)apt(O)purine(S). In addition, three crosswords may also be multiplied instead of two, and the additional word multiplier is triple word multiplier.

    • response to previous attempt United States Stuart Klimek

      Stuart Klimek

      P.S. To Alex Cunningham. If you would like a solution to the 900+ play, I would be willing to email it to you. I know it can be formed in cooperative play, just as easy as the OXYPHENBUTAZONE recreation.

    • response to previous attempt United States Stuart Klimek

      Stuart Klimek

      One of the highest, if not the highest possible four-tile play on "Words with Friends" is MERCAPTOPURINES with the crosswords: AMBISEXUALITY (or SUBMAXILLARY), ACQUIESCENTLY, FOREJUDGING, and NEWSMAGAZINES. MERCAPTOPURINES, with the C on a triple-letter square and the M, O, and S on word multipliers, has a solo-value that is the beast number, 666. AMBISEXUALTIY (or SUBMAXILLARY), with the M on a triple-word square, has a value of 90. ACQUIESCENTLY, with the C on a triple-letter square, has a value of 41. FOREJUDGING, with the O on a double-word square, has a value of 60. NEWSMAGAZINES, with the S on a triple-letter square, has a value of 96. The combined total for the play of the letters of COSM, forming the above given words, is 953. I've submitted an attempt that uses MERCAPTOPURINES, yet it is not this high.

  • response to previous attempt United States Austin N

    Austin N

    The criteria for this record was changed when Todd submitted. This thread was originally for the highest scoring 4 letter word. The 4 played tiles must connect to spell a 4 letter word, any subsequent words from that 4 letter word are bonuses. Todd is a hack and should be stripped. Oh well. Not trying to be a nag, just stating facts.

    • response to previous attempt United States Stuart Klimek

      Stuart Klimek

      As to the criteria you have indicated, the highest scoring word would be greater or equal to 292 points, as this can be accomplished with the word QUIZ played horizontally with the Q played on a triple letter square and the Z on a triple word square in the upper right quadrant of the board (or vertically in the lower left quadrant) with the bonus words of sheqel, burials, moire and benzanthracenes. (In addition to the five words, the preparatory words she, el, rials, mo, re, ben, and anthracenes can all be found in the ENABLE [WwF] Lexicon, and can be formed in valid play. One might note that the word sheqels, available in the TWL, which could increase the score by a point, surprisingly, is absent from the ENABLE Lexicon). A higher scoring 4-letter word may be possible.

    • response to previous attempt United States Stuart Klimek

      Stuart Klimek

      Oh, I see you already had accomplished this with JEUX. Nice Job. I do see, though, that it can be beat. :-)

    • response to previous attempt United States Stuart Klimek

      Stuart Klimek

      Found a solution for 309.

  • response to previous attempt United States Jasmine Theriot

    Jasmine Theriot

    Awesome job austin... Enthan stop crying like a little B. Talk is cheap. Set your own record.

  • response to previous attempt United States Word Friends

    Word Friends

    Its really an addictive game..I downloaded it on my Samsung Galaxy Tab..Many played this game even my boss played this game..Its fun and interesting..I use the ANAGRAMMER to give me some hints if I'm having a hard time..

  • response to previous attempt United States Blake Bell

    Blake Bell

    this seems suspicious because it is the same exact set up as the one with most points. How is it possible that you can get the same exact letters and same exact set up?

  • response to previous attempt United States Jason Teuber

    Jason Teuber

    Austin N taking credit for Todd Miller's score and everyone ignores him. Troll fail.

  • response to previous attempt United States Matt Sandford

    Matt Sandford

    Knowing that u can put total bull.... Stuff like this and get the record tells me that I'm never using this website again

  • response to previous attempt United States Alex Cunningham

    Alex Cunningham

    Pure awesomeness.

  • response to previous attempt United States Ethan Losier

    Ethan Losier

    Because it was deleted after we started debtating this.

  • response to previous attempt United States Austin N

    Austin N

    Please just take this opportunity to bask in my awesomeness....instead of hating.

  • response to previous attempt United States Austin N

    Austin N

    Huh, must of missed reading that in the fine print. Oh wait I remember. It doesn't say that!

  • response to previous attempt United States Ethan Losier

    Ethan Losier

    *changed

  • response to previous attempt United States Ethan Losier

    Ethan Losier

    The fact that you set it up yourself and then say you have done it the best. It doesnt matter if it is or isnt impractical, the point is that you did it against your self not agianst another player. This record is about having a better word than anyone else using four tiles by playing against someone else, before it was changes.

  • response to previous attempt United States Austin N

    Austin N

    Ethan, why are you so determined to debunk my record? Like I said earlier, I could of just used my wife's phone and made the same play. Also, I'm confident that the only way to have made a play like mine in a real game is if you were playing a complete moron and couldn't read the telegraphing plays that lead to the setup. This play was solid, just like oxyphenbutazone. Monster words cannot be played in real games. It's way too impractical.

  • response to previous attempt United States Ethan Losier

    Ethan Losier

    Oh and this is the only guy in the history of the record who played a "2 player" game against himself or someone sitting right next to him.

  • response to previous attempt United States Ethan Losier

    Ethan Losier

    Oh and this is the only guy in the history of the record who played a "2 player" game against himself or someone sitting right next to him.

  • response to previous attempt United States Ethan Losier

    Ethan Losier

    Its the same problem with the "Highest Single Move 'Words with Friends' Score". Its impressive but not an actual record.

  • response to previous attempt United States Ethan Losier

    Ethan Losier

    *accordingly

  • response to previous attempt United States Ethan Losier

    Ethan Losier

    Exactly why it is a record, if you play a match on your ipod, android, or cell phone against yourself you can plan out your moves accordinglu to the word that you want to make. There is no absolute way to find out if it was against someone who was there, or if it was against himself. To set a record it must be hard to achieve, this is simply too easy. If you do it online against another player, then it should be eligible. If it is against "Player 2", a player that we cannot determine if it is a single player game or not, then it should not be accepted as a record.

  • response to previous attempt Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Ethan, how do you suggest we succeed in genuinely measuring this? I'm not opposed to you spiritually, but beyond live competitions in which participants are paired with strangers and forced not to communicate, I have no clue how we could enforce such rules. We gave a lot of thought to this challenge before opening it up as we have.

  • response to previous attempt United States Austin N

    Austin N

    Thats exactly it... It's a puzzle that you can make your pieces to. Large scores such as mine are impractical in a legit game because you'd have to play a complete retard. I could of used my wife's phone and played the same board.

  • response to this attempt United States Ethan Losier

    Ethan Losier

    The last guy did not have a 2 player game.

  • response to previous attempt United States Ethan Losier

    Ethan Losier

    you can obviously see that it says: "E6Hatred 387 Player 2 264"

    It was a two player game and should be rejected you need to do this online or any body could set it up!

  • response to previous attempt Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    I'm with Austin. There's no way to confirm two-person games. In fact, I'm going to remove that from criteria. Awesome play!

  • response to previous attempt United States Jennifer Wark

    Jennifer Wark

    What if you don't have the "z"?

  • response to previous attempt United States Austin N

    Austin N

    Yea, so did the last guy... You don't spell 'oosperms' one letter short of the triple word... It was rigged.

  • response to previous attempt United States Ethan Losier

    Ethan Losier

    thats cheap u played against yourself.

  • response to previous attempt United States Ethan Losier

    Ethan Losier

    Well damn lol

  • response to previous attempt United States Jennifer Wark

    Jennifer Wark

    Nicely done!

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