What is your biggest one-move score? 200? 250? I rarely make it through the 100-point barrier myself (and when somehow I do, it’s usually barely—not way beyond).
Anyway, have a look at the diagram below.
(And what is so special about it?) Check,
(Whoooaa..!!) Let’s munch on this—one bite at a time. Naked, the monster is worth 38 point. Taking the second DLS (‘Z’) into account, we get 48. Bringing in the fearsome TWS’s (there are three of them), we have (TWS x TWS x TWS) or (3 x 3 x 3) = 27. And surely there is yet the ever-‘humble’ 50-point bonus for a bingo. Putting it all together,
(48 x 27) + 50 = 1346
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is one word. 😀
Thanks to ‘thetoolman’ & ‘Pssssst’ for the fun
And surely thanks to Patty for sharing it
While ‘au’ and ‘aire’ are legit in MULTI (playing English-French-Romanian simultaneously), mind not about ‘wao’ and ‘epit’ (it might’ve already been late when the two players set up this fifteen-letter gem for all of us to enjoy).