Wordle Postgame Report, July 17
GAMES OF SKILL AND CHANCE DEP'T.
July 17, WACKY, 4/6
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STONE-FRUIT SEASON! PEACH got a yellow A and C. COBRA kept them yellow in different places. What did the C want to go with? Maybe a K? But not at the very end. So: TACKY or WACKY? The B was already spent, so no need to see if Wordle would accept BACKY. I guessed Wordle would prefer TACKY and guessed wrong. WACKY, an answer that described itself, give or take the last letter.
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