They're cracking down on session reports on BGG. I just submitted a few dozen session reports from the last few months and only two were accepted. And I don't even submit the really teeny ones. Still, they were all deemed to be too short.
Once upon a time the session reports were for recording your sessions. Now they're only accepted if they are worthy of being considered a contribution to the greater good. I guess the criteria is "what others will benefit from", and not "what you want to remember". That grew out of the geek gold reward which you get for submitting session reports. I don't submit them for the geek gold, but that's the system.
I played Scrabble with Rachel last night. It as fairly close, but I pulled ahead in mid-game and then the game dragged on. We both ended at around 300 points.
Here's an interesting article by Adrian Paul Morgan on his blog, The Outer Hoard, on how people relate to the complexities of new games.