Scrabble In the Jungle: Jighere Takes Charge After Day 2 As Final Day Begins

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After the second day of raw 19 rounds of games filled with tension and mental endurance, Wellington Jighere rose highest from the pack to emerge as the winner of Matchday Two in the maiden Scrabble In The Jungle! Series. 
Eight top players across the country including two wild cards are being camped in a secluded location inside Warri, Delta State in the South-South region of Nigeria where they testing their wits and mental strength on the mind game.
The original venue in Asaba was moved to Warri in order to add the real feel of the atmosphere the tournament required.
Emmanuel Umujose who hit home on Day One as “champion” after 9 games were pegged back on Day Two by the chasing pack.
When the dust settled after the conclusion of a massive 19 games, Jighere took leadership.
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Despite the rigors of engaging players who are champions in their own right, the 2015 World Champion moved in heavily harvesting 12 wins to push up his total winnings to 18 in 27 games and a cumulative of 775 points.
In second place Prince Omosefe displayed some level of resilience despite the toll of the battles on his mind and body as he earned 16 points, 11 defeats, and 474 cumulative points. 
The Edo State Royalty succeeded in edging Emmanuel Umujose, who rallied to reckoning with 16 wins, 11 defeats, and 377 points.
Bingo-dropping man-machine Enoch Nwali who has been finding it tough in the rough terrain raked in a total of 15 successes on the board with 12 losses and a cumulative of 306 points. 
Eta Karo made it to the fifth level with 14 victories, 13 losses, and, 981 points while Victor Godwin followed closely with similar wins of 14 and 13 setbacks but has baggage of minus 128 points.
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Homeboy Oshevire Avwenagha recorded a total of 13 wins, and 14 defeats with a minus 128 ahead of Dennis Ikekeregor who had 12 wins,15 losses, and a minus 728 points.
Ryan Jacob scored 9 wins, 18 losses with a cumulative minus 986 points while Nsikak Etim occupied the rear with 8 wins, 19 losses with, a minus 943 cumulative points. 
The final day of the contest resumes this Sunday morning with all contestants refreshed for the challenges ahead.
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New Result Slips Unveiled For This Weekend’s ‘Scrabble In The Jungle!’

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A fresh excitement has been added to the “Scrabble In Jungle” maiden edition with the unveiling of the official result slips for the tournament which holds in Asaba this weekend. 
The customized result slips are the documents where the final outcome of each round of the game is recorded for easy computing and scoring. 
Interestingly, Scrabble “In The Jungle” will be one of the few tournaments to have its own customized slips.
President of the Scrabble Las Vegas Musa Olasupo who informed the media about the results slip said it’s another sign of the high standards being raised at this inaugural edition. 
“Scrabble In The Jungle” series is another level in organized scrabble tournament where top-rated players by the Nigeria Scrabble Federation would be kept in a boot-camp arrangement for three action-filled days.
This edition would see 2015 World Champion Wellington Jighere who appeared to be fans’ favorite,  hunt for points and scores on the board with the aim of winning the top prize. 
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Others in the mix are; former African Champions Nsikak Etim who won the South-South championship and most recently, the Governor Douye Diri National Scrabble Championship as well as fellow former champions on the continent Dennis Ikekeregor. 
Scrabble hitman Enoch Nwali who rose to World No.4 in Goa, India would be aiming to make his presence count at the end of the three-day fiesta.
Other notable names set to rumble in the Jungle are,  Emmanuel Umujose,  Eta Karo, Oshevire Avwenagha, Prince Omosefe, and Ryan Jacob. 
 Meanwhile, fans and enthusiasts according to the organizers can catch up with all the moves and excitement through the five dedicated WhatsApp channels for the blow-by-blow account of the tournament.