A score tallied on a single Scrabble play by (serious!) competition player Benjamin Woo. He played the word oxyphenbutazone across the top of the board, hitting three triple word score squares while making seven crosswords below. Architect Alfred Mosher Butts created the game in 1938, initially calling it Lexiko and later Criss Cross Words. National Scrabble Day is April 13, Butts’ birthday in 1899.