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David Reid (Series 11)
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David Reid was the runner-up of Series 11 and a participant in the Supreme Championship.
A crossword enthusiast from Edinburgh, he won three heats before being beaten by James Wilkie, and returned for the final rounds as #7 seed. In the final rounds, he beat Alan Johnson and Ken Heaton in the quarter- and semi-finals respectively, but lost the final 97 – 61 to John Clarke.
Reid did not play in Championship of Champions III, but did return for the Supreme Championship, losing heavily in the first round against Clive Spate.
Reid also played in the first series of Countdown Masters. Notably, he was the first player to have ever gotten a nine-letter word in a Masters series, declaring CONVERGES in his game against Tim O'Kane, as well as, in Round 11 of the same game, the first player ever known to have selected four large in a numbers round.