At the centre of the playing surface, place all the scrabble tiles with their faces down and mix them up to shuffle them well. Now, every player participating in the game needs to take seven pieces from the centre. At the signal – usually someone says “go” – everyone turns over their pieces and uses them to make words.
Here, you need to follow the same rules you would use when playing regular Scrabble; e.g., you have to use real words, no names or abbreviations, and connect your words as you would if you were using the Scrabble board.
Once a player uses all their pieces to make one or more words (connected of course!) in their own playing area, they say "done". All the players, whether they have used up all their pieces or not, must draw 2 more pieces. The player who said "done" will now show the words and will take the shot(s) of vodka, as per the number of characters he used to make the words.
Repeat Step 3 until all the pieces in the centre are used. The person who says "done" at this point is most likely the winner, but their playing area must go under review by the other players to make sure there are no mistakes. If there are no mistakes, they are the winner. However, if there are mistakes, play continues, and the player can move pieces around until it works, or other players may have the opportunity to win.