Snatch is a game that will be familiar to some people unser the name anagrams. Like scrabble there are 100 tiles with a letter on them. Unlike scrabble each letter is worth the same value you turn over a letter and call out anagrams using the visible letters or words and the player with the longest word keeps the word until someone makes a longer one. It was found that the paying standard was too high to make a good competition format as determining who called out first can be messy.
You can find out about opportunities to play Snatch live at the timetable. Please report any external links that have broken or have changed to contain inappropriate material. More information about how tournament play works can be found in clocks and in MSO rules.
MSO Snatch Champions
|2004||Tim Hebbes||England||World Champion|
|2003||Michael Aziz||Wales||World Champion|
Full results and other winners can be found in Results.