A new world Scrabble champion has been crowned thanks to his knowledge of classroom furniture.
David Eldar beat his opponent Harshan Lamabadusurilya 3-0 in a best of five final - placing the word "carrels", a cubicle desk, to score 74 points.
He claimed victory at the Old Museum, Nottingham Conference Centre, after competing against players from more than 26 countries across three rounds of the MSI World Championships.
As well as the title, Mr Eldar, who has been playing the board game for 14 years, took home £7,000 in prize money.
He is ranked second in the world.
The runner up, who is ranked 16th in the world and has been playing Scrabble for two decades. He will take home £3,000.
Some of the words the pair managed to produce during the final included: