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Wordle Postgame Report, November 21
GAMES OF SKILL AND CHANCE DEP'T.
The Wordle Postgame Report is a brief analysis of a game of Wordle, the five-letter-word guessing game now owned by the New York Times. If you do not play Wordle, Indignity encourages you to please skip this item. The existence of the Wordle Postgame Report does not constitute an endorsement of playing Wordle, not playing Wordle, or of the New York Times.
November 21, AXIOM, 3/6
IT WASN'T MUCH of a start, but READY at least gave me one yellow A to begin moving around. I tried it in TALON, unsuccessfully, and got a green O. Only two spots were left for the A, then: at the end, in some sort of -OA word, or at the front. Forget the -OAs, if there even were any. A-something-something-O-something. What could that first pair of somethings be? ASHO-? ACKO-? No, the consonant combinations weren't getting anywhere. What about an -IO- combination? A...X...IO...M? Really? Foundational principle: when you can't think of any other words, you might as well play the one with the X in it.
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