FRIBBLE wins two games against expert player

I just used the FRIBBLE program to play two games of words with friends against an expert player, my friend Phil.

Fribble won one by a score of 428 to 381, the other by one point, 477 to 476.

That FRIBBLE was able to score more than 400 points in each game is also good news.

Can you tell which moves were made by Fribble, and which were not?

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