That’s because it has to be played across three triple word score squares and built on eight already-played (and perfectly positioned) tiles. X or Z) on a double letter score square, and net a 50-point bingo. For a higher total, land the Z on a double letter score square and the final Y on a triple word score square. Conditions: Big words are great and all, but two-letter words can also score big—and be especially annoying to your opponent. Build on two As—one directly below, the other directly to the right of a triple letter square—to spell this two-letter delectable across and down.