The Hipster PDA Scrabble cheat sheet (v2.0)

A while back, I made a Scrabble “cheat sheet” that fit in the standard Hipster PDA 3×5 index card format. I used it for a few weeks, both in playing the Scrabble board game and Words With Friends. Unfortunately, it never quite worked the way I wanted it to.

A couple of weeks ago, I updated it to version 2.0 and have been beta-testing the new version. This one focuses primarily on valid 2- and 3-letter words — the sorts of words you need when playing words side-by-side and packing in tight matrices of letters. I am a lot more happy with this one over the original version.

You can find more information and the PDF download on my Hipster PDA Scrabble cheat sheet project page.

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Brian Enigma

Brian Enigma is a Portlander, manipulator of atoms & bits, minor-league blogger, and all-around great guy. He typically writes about the interesting “maker” projects he's working on, but sometimes veers off into puzzles, software, games, local news, and current events.

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  1. As the perpetrator of the original Scrabble Cheat Sheet for the National Scrabble Players Association in 1980 (and with updates provided over the past 30+ years to every member of the Association), I am pleased to inform you and your readers that THE CHEAT SHEET, since the 2007 publication of my “SCRABBLE Wordbook,” has been available at It includes all the 2- and 3-letter words, the 2-to-make-3-letter word list, the short JQXZ words, the “vowel dumps,” and the top 3 bingo stem lists. You may wish to consider informing your readers of THE CHEAT SHEET, the single most useful page of Scrabble word lists which has helped turn more “kitchen variety” players into expert-level players.

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