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Played it for the first time ever today.  Got it on 5th try and I also goofed because I wasn't paying attention to what the colors meant.  Got a green letter on the second try and put it in a different spot on third. 😉  Don't think that would've changed anything though.

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12 hours ago, iacas said:

Wordle 221 3/6

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I'm glad I got it there because I couldn't have thought of another word that fit those letters, unless it was a British word I didn't know.

Jammy 😀😀

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Thought I got this on the second guess when the letters started turning over.

Wordle 222 3/6

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13 hours ago, Piz said:

My new favorite starting word is RAISE.  I was using AISLE but the R is more common than the L...or so it seems.  If I don't get any vowel hits from RAISE I type YOUTH next.  That covers all the vowels in two guesses.  

I use that a lot too.

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20 hours ago, Piz said:

My new favorite starting word is RAISE.  ... If I don't get any vowel hits from RAISE I type YOUTH next.  That covers all the vowels in two guesses.  

I did this strategy today and got it on the third try. 🙂

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34 minutes ago, Golfingdad said:

I did this strategy today and got it on the third try. 🙂

Same here.  It rarely works out so well.

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Whew!

Wordle 223 6/6

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Sometimes I find myself with more options than guesses left.  Here is a possible solution.

Say you are faced with _AVES.  There are seven candidates (W, R, P, S, H, C, N)  Instead of rolling the dice; select SHARP and/or CROWN.  Neither will be correct, of course, but you will identify the missing letter.

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