Wordle Postgame Report, August 11
GAMES OF SKILL AND CHANCE DEP'T.
August 11, GLEAN, 3/6
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SEARCHING THE LOWER rows for something to start with, I picked BLADE. It cut a swath through the gray: green L, yellow A, yellow E. I gathered the vowels into the logical bundle: _ L E A _. CLEAN was almost it, a gray first letter and a sweep of green afterward. I worked my way through the field of remaining letters—useless and unwanted, almost all of it, except a single overlooked G. GLEAN.
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