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Wordle 214 3/6

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That the middle three popped up on my second word was especially gratifying. The yellow was a different letter and there weren't many optinos for the last letter I could think of, so I managed a three today. Lovely!

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By the way, I've started to adjust my strategy a bit. If my first guess gives me enough letters to narrow it down, I'm starting to try to find the answer right away instead of trying a second, completely new word. I'm not worried about missing the answer in those cases. If the first word doesn't give me much, I'll try a completely different second word. 

We'll see if this bites me later when I get overconfident, and it's a tough word. But I've been able to get a couple of them in 2 now, and I haven't had to stress over any when I get enough with the first word.

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11 minutes ago, DeadMan said:

By the way, I've started to adjust my strategy a bit. If my first guess gives me enough letters to narrow it down, I'm starting to try to find the answer right away instead of trying a second, completely new word. I'm not worried about missing the answer in those cases. If the first word doesn't give me much, I'll try a completely different second word. 

We'll see if this bites me later when I get overconfident, and it's a tough word. But I've been able to get a couple of them in 2 now, and I haven't had to stress over any when I get enough with the first word.

Generally speaking this is fine, but when it can bite you is if you get a word like HALLS. If you have the ALLS and not the fifth letter, it could be BALLS, CALLS, FALLS, HALLS, MALLS, WALLS which is very hard to get if you're guessing one letter at a time. If you guessed BEACH as a different word, it picks off three of those possibilities in one go. 

I haven't seen anything like this in wordle, but in the other one that I linked earlier I see these frequently and it's usually why I lose.

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22 minutes ago, Ty_Webb said:

Generally speaking this is fine, but when it can bite you is if you get a word like HALLS. If you have the ALLS and not the fifth letter, it could be BALLS, CALLS, FALLS, HALLS, MALLS, WALLS which is very hard to get if you're guessing one letter at a time. If you guessed BEACH as a different word, it picks off three of those possibilities in one go. 

I haven't seen anything like this in wordle, but in the other one that I linked earlier I see these frequently and it's usually why I lose.

I would have this problem either way with words like that. My first word tends to be something like raise, astir, adieu, and then my second word is something like cough or laugh. I guess we're relying on the creator not being too spiteful with all these strategies.

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2 hours ago, DeadMan said:

I would have this problem either way with words like that. My first word tends to be something like raise, astir, adieu, and then my second word is something like cough or laugh. I guess we're relying on the creator not being too spiteful with all these strategies.

My new policy is to start with LATER, then do COINS, and then if I don't have much to go on I do PUDGY. That gives me 15 different letters, including I think most of the most common ones. I believe LATER and COINS cover the ten most common letters. After that it's do what I can

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Wordle 214 3/6

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Got lucky with my first two words, which made solving today's puzzle easy. My strategy is to put in words with common letters and if possible no overlap between them on the first 2 or 3 tries to discover as many letters as possible, and then work out the rest from there.

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Wordle 215 6/6

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I thought this one was tough

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