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Notable achievements from Anagrammy competitions.

Shortest Anagrammy Winners (maximum 10 letters)

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Author Anagram Letters
View  Diego = i.e. God. 5
Adrian Hickford  Alive = La vie. 5
Zoran Radisavlevic/Jaybur  Basra = Arabs. 5
View  ABC is ~ Basic. 5
Zoran Radisavlevic  M. Caine = Cinema. 6
Neil Ramsay  So draw ~ a sword. 6
Ellie Dent  Shield ~ is held. 6
Joe Fathallah  Fat Club = Cut flab. 7
Jon Gearhart  Stipend = Spend it. 7
View  Mideast = Mad site. 7
Richard Grantham  Learned [adj.] = An elder. 7
Paul Pan  Casting = Sing, act! 7
Ellie Dent  R Mugabe = Umbrage. 7
Paul Pan  Fad diet = Died fat! 7
Ed Pegg Jr  iPhones ~ in E-shop. 7
Hans-Peter Reich  Ghettos = Get shot. 7
Rick Rothstein  If asked, ~ ID's fake. 7
Christopher Sturdy  No doubt = Bound to. 7
James H. Young  Il mafia = Familia. 7
View  Persist = Press it. 7
Alan Yoshioka  Sumatra = Traumas. 7
nedesto  A fart is ~ fast air. 7
Richard Grantham  Honestly On the sly. 8
Adrian Hickford  Thai food = A hot Fido. 8
Neil Ramsay  Vibrates = It's a verb. 8
Paul Pan  Hard disc ~ did crash... 8
John Morahan  Stone age = Stage one. 8
Scott Gardner  House cat = Ah, so cute!. 8
Tom Myers  Yosemite = O my! See it! 8
Matjaz Pihler  Solitude = Soul diet. 8
Ivan Andonov  Musician = Usin' a mic. 8
Hans-Peter Reich  Chairman = A rich man. 8
Richard Grantham  Artistes = Tits & arse. 8
aussie battler  Fat lords = Old farts. 8
View  Tee-shirt = Tits here! 8
zolrakk  Rap music ~ Is, um... crap. 9
Larry Brash  Milosevic = 'Cos I'm evil. 9
Neil Ramsay  Sad report = Teardrops. 9
Neil Ramsay  Late Shift? = That's life! 9
Neil Ramsay  Cold lager = Clear gold. 9
Jesse Frankovich  Dusty room = Musty odor. 9
John Fidler  Nightmare = A REM thing. 9
Adrian Hickford  Headstone = One's death. 9
lawyer2U  Mel Gibson = Gin slob? Me? 9
Mattias Inghe  google.com = Come, log, go. 9
Adie Pena  Mac iTunes = Neat Music. 9
SpursKevin  Diabetics = Basic diet. 9
Meyran Kraus  Coins kept ~ in pockets. 9
Meyran Kraus  Signboard = Boring ads. 9
View  Bush still ~ bullshits! 9
View  The lingam = Male thing. 9
View  Confiture = Once fruit. 9
Larry Brash  Chest pain = The panics! 9
Andrew Brehaut  Grieves at ~ grave site. 9
Matthew O'Dempsey  Treadmill = I melt lard. 9
Andrew Brehaut  Macro lens = Closer, man! 9
Matjaz Pihler  I am lonely = E-mail only. 9
Paal Kristen Hansen  Life sucks = I fuck less. 9
Wayne Baisley  Remington ~ Mingetron. 9
Katrina Crowell  Courtesan = A sore cunt. 9
David Bourke  She ruined ~ her undies! 9
David Bourke  Meal for one ~ for me, alone. 10
Ellie Dent  Thomas Arne = A short name. 10
David Bourke  Weight gain ~ with ageing. 10
Ivan Andonov  The spoiler = Plot is here. 10
Paul Pan  Heel claims ~ me, Achilles. 10
Ellie Dent  A new laptop = Now at Apple. 10
Paul Pan  Tony Blair's ~ a sly Briton! 10
Christopher Sturdy  Bruce Palin = Republican. 10
Meyran Kraus  George Bush = "Bugger! Shoe!" 10
aussie battler  Pirouettes = Utter poise. 10
Rick Rothstein  'Drama queen' = A damn queer!. 10
Tony Crafter  A mortal sin = Moral stain. 10
Joe Fathallah  The Rat Race = That career. 10
Don P. Fortier  George Bush = He bugs Gore. 10
Scott Gardner  West Africa = It faces war. 10
Adrian Hickford  Rail safety = Fairy tales. 10
Adrian Hickford  Muscovites = Soviet scum. 10
Adrian Hickford  Remains hot ~ in a Thermos. 10
Jaybur  A. Aspertini = Is a painter! 10
Jaybur  Woman-hater = Mean, or what? 10
Meyran Kraus  A Chevrolet = Love the car! 10
Meyran Kraus  Garbageman = Bag manager. 10
Meyran Kraus  Mean doings ~ in God's name. 10
Meyran Kraus  Last-Minute = Nuts! I'm late. 10
Ellie Dent  Sweet words = WOW! Dessert! 10
Lardy Girl  Fairy tales ~ are falsity. 10
Matjaz Pihler  Nanosecond = Can end, soon! 10
Christopher Sturdy  Week ashore = Seek a whore! 10
Adrian Hickford  Empty penis? = Yep, I'm spent. 10
Zoran Radisavlevic  A long penis = Pleasing, no? 10
Tony Crafter  Pissing man = Missing pan! 10
David Bourke  A wet snatch... ~ what a scent! 10
Paul Pan  A fag + a fairy = A gay affair. 10
Tony Crafter  A small dick = Dismal lack. 10


Longest Single Anagrams* (minimum 2000 letters)

Author Anagram Total Number of Letters
Mike Keith  Moby Dick 935,763
Richard Brodie  Battle of the Books 42,177
David Bourke  A list of 90 key facts about The Duke of Edinburgh 31,816 (inc. numerals)
Jon Gearhart  The Hunting of the Snark 18,870
David Bourke  PREPARING FOR EMERGENCIES: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW 14,154 (inc. numerals)
David Bourke  80 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About Queen Elizabeth 12,714 (inc. numerals)
Richard Brodie  Psalm 119 [block anagram] 10,251
Richard Brodie  The Ballad of Mary Letourneau 9,486
Mike Keith  The Metamorphosis 8,497
Harshal M.  Toy Story plot anagrammed into Toy Story 2 plot. 7,865
Tony Crafter  50 Fascinating Facts About The Royal Wedding 7,767
Adrian Hickford  Steven Wright Quotes 7,572
Andrew Brehaut  Inauguration Speech by George Bush 7,101
Richard Brodie  Dunciad Variorum 6,694
Dharam Khalsa  An adaptation of Phronistery's list of Philosophical Isms. 6,589
Adrian Hickford  Tarzan's Cheetah's Life As A Retired Movie Star 6,188
David Bourke  E-petition: Response from the Prime Minister 5,975
Dharam Khalsa,
Tony Crafter &
David Bourke
 AUTOBIOGRAPHY by Lawrence Ferlinghetti 5,894
David Bourke  How The Grinch Stole Christmas! 5,610
Harshal M.  50 Things To Do On an Exam, When You Know That You Are Going To Fail It Anyway 4,957
Mike Keith  The Raven 4,905
Jon Gearhart  High Crimes and Misdemeanours 4,706
Andrew Brehaut  The Lady of Shalott 4,558
Mike Keith  The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock 4,322
Meyran Kraus  A Monty Python rant 4,302
Meyran Kraus  Holy Tango of Literature 4,142
Meyran Kraus  Eminem's "Stan" 4,108
David Bourke  The Tale of Peter Rabbit 3,978
James H. Young  Comparisions 3,925 (inc. numerals)
David Bourke  Happy birthday Kate! As the Duchess of Cambridge turns 30, FEMAIL brings you 30 facts about our future queen. 3,906 (inc. numerals)
Richard Grantham  A retelling of Mr Daydream by Roger Hargreaves 3,896
Richard Grantham  Part of the press release for the Teletubbies from March 1997 3,842
James H. Young  The 100 Questions Used by the United States INS 3,832
Meyran Kraus  Spamagram: The Raven 3,659
Richard Grantham  Genesis 1:1 - 2:3 3,426
Dharam Khalsa  OLD __________ NEVER DIE... 3,480
Meyran Kraus  An excerpt from The Parson's Tale 3,352
Mike Keith  Nine Anagrammatic Views of Mt. Fuji (with Kanji) 3,345
Richard Grantham  Waiting for Godot 3,301
Mike Keith  Pride and Prejudice 3,189
Paul Pan  Urgent: Berihu (Frank) Rhurhubulu, Gen. Comptroller 3,166
Meyran Kraus  Pope John Paul II's speech at the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial 3,150
Andrew Brehaut  Genesis 3,048
Ellie Dent  THE SIGN OF THE '400': Being a continuation of the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 3,013
Meyran Kraus  The State vs. Mortimer I. Looty 2,869
Walter Newboldt,
Richard Grantham &
David Bourke (2)
 English is Tough Stuff (Unpredictable Pronunciation) 2,824
Jon Gearhart  My fellow Armenians... 2,750
David Bourke  The Monty Python Dead Parrot Sketch 2,733
James H. Young  WHAT ARE THE HALLMARKS OF A GOOD ANAGRAM? 2,709
Dharam Khalsa  This individual is soon to be unemployed and seeks a managerial position. 2,670
David Bourke  The biography of George W. Bush from the White House website 2,657
Meyran Kraus  T E S T I M O N I A L S ******* 2,494
Paul Pan  Dear Sir, I am Mrs. Francisca Savimbi (Widow) of late Mr. George Savimbi 2,444
Mike Keith  Hamlet, act V, scene 1 2,443
David Bourke  Eagles 'used to beat hunting ban' 2,348
Meyran Kraus  Eminem: Cleaning Out My Closet 2,294
David Bourke  The Devil 2,257
Mike Keith  To Helen by Edgar Allan Poe 2,190
Tony Crafter  Email On Behalf Of The Queen 2,175
Tony Crafter  Subject: HELL 2,114
Meyran Kraus  'Twas the night before Christmas 2,105
David Bourke  'Twas the night before Christmas [version II] 2,101
David Bourke   The Night Before Christmas 2,101
David Bourke   The Night Before Christmas 2,101
James H. Young  Posted by Jamie Berry (172.163.213.844) on February 22, 2001 at 20:02:19 2,094
Richard Grantham  No terrorists here! Join our porn site 2,089
David Bourke  'Twas the night before Christmas [version I] 2,078
Andrew Brehaut  'Twas the night before Christmas... 2,078
Tony Crafter  Here's something to think about when negative people are doing their best to rain on your parade. 2,078
Larry Brash  May I take the liberty to introduce myself as; Mr. Yeng Zang 2,062
Dharam Khalsa  A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever (John Keats) 2,060
Richard Grantham  ---DIRECTIONS---FOR HOW TO POST TO NEWSGROUPS--- 2,040

*Excludes verse-by-verse and otherwise partitioned anagrams.


Name Doubles

A Name Double occurs when People's Names and Other Names are won by the same author in a month.

Author Month
David Bourke December 1999
Richard Grantham April 2000
Jaybur October 2000
Jaybur April 2001
Zoran Radisavlevic August 2002
Richard Grantham January 2003
Meyran Kraus September 2003
Meyran Kraus November 2003
Jesse Frankovich April 2004
Meyran Kraus October 2004
Meyran Kraus May 2005
Meyran Kraus March 2006
Meyran Kraus July 2006
Meyran Kraus August 2006
Richard Grantham September 2006
Christopher Sturdy September 2007
Scott Gardner June 2008
Scott Gardner November 2008
Larry Brash September 2009
Tony Crafter November 2009
Adie Pena March 2011
Meyran Kraus August 2011


Other Records

Record Name Month/Year Number
Most Awards in a single competition  Meyran Kraus Grand 2010 10
Most Awards in a monthly competition  Richard Grantham
 Meyran Kraus
 Meyran Kraus
 Tony Crafter
August 2000
May 2005
March 2006
November 2009
7
Most Awards in a calendar year*  Meyran Kraus 2006 54
Highest DFE points in a month.  Meyran Kraus June 2010 135.50
Highest DFE points for a single anagram.  Meyran Kraus with:
 Italian crime boss = A Sicilian mobster.
June 2010 37.52
Highest DFE points in a year.  Meyran Kraus 2010 1084.43
Longest winning streak  Tony Crafter April 2006 - current 69 months with 217 awards
Longest winning streak in a single category (1st place)  Tony Crafter October 2007 - December 2008 15 months (Long Category)
People with one Award from one nomination  Michael Lepore
 Ramon
 David R. Conrad
 Brenden Preece
 Andrew MacCormack
 Pip Eastop
 Cory Calhoun
 dupe
 lawyer2U
 rajkumar
 New Kid
 Christopher Rump
October 1998
September 1999
December 1999
May 2000
November 2000
March 2001
August 2005
September 2005
October 2006
November 2009
August 2010
October 2010
-
People with more than one Award from the same number of nominations  Noam D. Elkies (3) Sep 1999, Oct 2001, Jun 2002 -
Most DFE points scored by a rookie in a single month  Andrew Brehaut October 2006 77.10
Author with most nominations in a single month  Andrew Brehaut January 2007 64
Month with most nominations  - January 2007 306
Author with most nominations in a calendar year  Jesse Frankovich 2003 333
People with noms every month since their first
(>6 months participation)
 View
 Tony Crafter
 Adie Pena
 Dharam Khalsa
 Ivan Andonov
 Harshal M.
 nedesto
 Rob Bretveld
August 2003 -
April 2004 -
January 2007 -
February 2008 -
May 2010 -
October 2010 -
April 2011 -
July 2011 -
-

*Anagrammies and Grand Anagrammies combined


Compiled and maintained by Richard Grantham and Harshal M. Current to the end of the December 2011 Anagrammies.

Links to Yearly Winners Pages

A 2017 Full List of Winners - 2017 stats
A 2016 Full List of Winners - 2016 stats
A 2015 Full List of Winners - 2015 stats
A 2014 Full List of Winners - 2014 stats
A 2013 Full List of Winners - 2013 stats
A 2012 Full List of Winners - 2012 stats
A 2011 Full List of Winners - 2011 stats
A 2010 Full List of Winners - 2010 stats
A 2009 Full List of Winners - 2009 stats
A 2008 Full List of Winners - 2008 stats
A 2007 Full List of Winners - 2007 stats
A 2006 Full List of Winners - 2006 stats
A 2005 Full List of Winners - 2005 stats
A 2004 Full List of Winners - 2004 stats
A 2003 Full List of Winners - 2003 stats
A 2002 Full List of Winners - 2002 stats
A 2001 Full List of Winners - 2001 stats
A 2000 Full List of Winners - 2000 stats
A 1999 Full List of Winners - 1999 stats
A 1998 Full List of Winners - 1998 stats
All-Time Anagrammy stats

A Full List of Grand Anagrammy Winners
All-Time Grand Anagrammy stats

Winners of the Awardsmaster's Challenges

See the DFE 100 Club, those few who have scored more than 100 points in a month competition.

See the anagrams that scored more than 20 DFE points


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