Wordle Postgame Report, June 29
GAMES OF SKILL AND CHANCE DEP'T.
June 29, GAWKY, 5/6
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I FELT GOOD about LOUSE as starter but it got me absolutely nothing. Zero letters out of five, including three vowels, is its own kind of information, though, if you want to look at it that way. Something completely different: PRICEY. The Y was green, everything else was gray. Nine misses out of 10 now, and the least helpful ending letter possible. This is where Absurdle goes to heck: MAMMY, NANNY, DADDY—on and on and on. How to at least fit as many different letters as possible into the narrowing format? TANGY. The obvious A went green, and the G went yellow. By now I just wanted to get it over with. Fine, double letters: GABBY. Yes to the initial G, no to the B's. What was left? Oh. Ugh. GAWKY.
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