If you are diligent and committed to a course, it will sure come out aright. This is the story of Christopher Ojonimi aka DLOW. This Kogi state born and Lagos based player started playing competitive scrabble in 2017, and like I always tell him, has grown in geometric progression. He
Self belief and hard work will always earn you success. This is epitomized in NWALI TOCHUKWU ENOCH aka COHEN, LAWIN. The guy is quite unpredictable on board, got a vast word power and when in his element, can play you four back to back, all “dirty words”. He hails from
I attained the Candidate Master title in 2012, Fide Master title in 2016 and International Master title in 2017 at the Zone 4.4 Chess Championship in Monrovia, Liberia and became the 6th ranked Nigerian player to attain the International Master title as well as the 3rd ranked active rated chess
Scrabble is a game of skills and wits, and a wonderful means to unnerve. Some persons can make this game so colorful, they are just like icings to the sweet cake. Engr. Ojior Omoh Osikhena aka Capo towers high in this realm. His style of play depicts his nature, open
Nigeria’s chess star, Master Oluwafemi Balogun, who won the recent West African tourney in Liberia, has been drawn to play against current world champion, Magnus Carlsen at forthcoming Chess World Cup slated to hold in Georgia next month.
According to the Nigeria Chess Federation, this will be the first time an African will get
Australia’s Karen Richards is currently the world’s most traveled Scrabble player so far for 2018.
The Cape Town International was Karen’s sixth tournament for the year, played on four continents (Europe, Asia, Australia and now Africa) for a total of in excess of 150 games of WESPA rated
Less than a week before heading to Cape Town, Lukeman Owolabi was battling it out with 34 other players in Northern Ireland for the Northern Ireland Championship, winning 7 of 15 games.
Heading into this tournament, Lukeman was the new number one seed after the visa issues affecting the world
The best players earn government salaries
Dec 2nd 2017 | ABUJA
IN THE hot, golden light of an Abuja afternoon two men spin a rotating Scrabble board, oblivious to the flies buzzing around them. The opening moves in the word-building game are relatively low-scoring: “writer” for 26 points, followed