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Issue Number 56
October 2007
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Qwerty Open House

If you can answer YES to any of these questions, then QwertyP is for YOU!

  • Do you love to play word games?
  • You you like to play new games?
  • Are you a Club Pogo member?

Open House Weekend

Come join us for our Open House with tournaments every 30 minutes.

  • Saturday, October 13, 2007 from 15:15 to 22:45 in BaroQue
  • Sunday October 14, 2007 from 15:15 to 20:45 in BeQueathers

ALL tournaments will have Entry Fees of 25 and 50 YEPs --  27 Open House tourneys and a grand total of 1500 YEPS in Bonuses for Open House Weekend.   We are looking forward to seeing you all there!  
So What is Qwerty and How Do I Play?

Qwerty is a two-player word game where you take turns creating words from your eight letters.  Words must be readable from left to right (across) or from top to bottom (down).  Your second word MUST connect to your first word. Later in the game, you can connect to your opponent's words as long as at least one letter connects to your own word(s.)

Each letter you play on the board scores 10 points. Cover a golden star for 50 bonus points!   The object of the game is to score round points before your opponent!

For more information, refer to Help Topic 3262

Join Qwerty Today!

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