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Syed Imaad Ali wins 32nd Pakistan Scrabble Championship

14-year-old beats stalwart to be crowned champion

SAMAA | - Posted: Sep 22, 2020 | Last Updated: 1 year ago
Posted: Sep 22, 2020 | Last Updated: 1 year ago

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Syed Imaad Ali has won the Gladiators 32nd Pakistan Scrabble Championship.

The three-day competition saw 44 competitors, aged between nine to 80, competing for the title.

Eight-time champion Waseem Khatri led the competition for two days and was on course to add another title to his tally whereas Imaad was trailing by four games.

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Stunning comeback

The 14-year-old made a remarkable comeback to win the title after defeating the former champion in four consecutive games.

Waseem and Imaad both won 19 games but the latter won the competition because of a better spread of 1469-1210.

Hammad Hadi Khan bagged the third position with 18 wins whereas defending champion Hasham Hadi Khan came in fourth.

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