Doug plays today's Wordle Puzzle Game for 04/13/2024 - wordle.plus

Doug plays today’s Wordle Puzzle Game for 04/13/2024

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30 Comments

  1. FRISK ~255
    SUAVE ~30
    SLEPT ~1
    STEEL ●

    EveryDayDoug's suggested opening word: GREAT (Wordle # 136)

    My starting word for tomorrow: ARGOT

  2. Got it in four today: BRISK SLATE SPENT STEEL

  3. Nice job! A 4 for me too…. ORATE TEPID CHEST STEEL

  4. Wow, Doug. Got my 31st 2-guess today!
    STALE – STEEL.
    Stale (variation of Slate) is one of my top 3 starting words.
    I too am loving your more laid back approach to solving. Keep up the good work!

    Starting word suggestion: LOUSE

  5. Another 4 guess solve today, that seems too about be my average.

    Wordle 1,029 4/6

    ⬜⬜⬜🟨⬜- BRISK
    ⬜⬜⬜⬜🟨- MOUNT
    🟩🟩⬜🟨🟨- STALE
    🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩- STEEL

  6. Scoredle 3/6

    14,855
    ⬜⬜⬜🟨🟨 ROUTE (408)
    🟩🟨⬜⬜⬜ SLAIN (5)
    🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩 STEEL

  7. Wordle 1,029 3/6

    ⬜⬜⬜🟨🟨 ROUTE

    🟩⬜⬜⬜🟩 SNAIL

    🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩 STEEL

    Straightforward solve.

    Current streak = 809

  8. Well done! I was concerned for you when you had only the S in green, but you and I took a similar path on guesses, so I'm not surprised you got it in four also.
    brisk-seamy-sleet-steel was my chain today.

  9. I have been noticing them poking their heads out, so perhaps PEONY would be able to redeem itself as a start word. 🙂
    brisk-seamy-sleet-steel was my chain today.

  10. I don't know if this was the easiest ever, but it could have been. I did audio, sleet, steel. I don't recall ever having a sure thing after 2 guesses.

  11. To get t brisk solve, I didn’t use brisk but went with raise, steep steel

  12. Crumb Polka Flesh Steel
    Have you given up on Strands?

  13. How about the word arise? I like to arise to watching Doug every morning!

  14. I just bought Gex 3 for the N64 so for that, let's go with "gecko"

  15. Tomorrow's starting word just happened to be mine today. And it worked out well!
    GREAT – STEIN – STEEL

  16. Try SLATE it always works for me, got it im 2 SLATE, STEEL

  17. Well done, Doug. After “stare” I thought of steel, steep, stent, and steno. I wanted to go for “steel” for the “2”, but I was afraid of the trap. I used the eval “poled”. So a “3” for me.
    STarE- poLEd- STEEL

  18. Excellent!!! Congratulations! I got it in 4 also: AUDIO STEER STEEP STEEL

  19. A 2! STARE left me with either steel, steep or stent (I missed steno as a possibility). I chose STEEL. Streak is at 794.

  20. Sorry I'm late to comment! Great solve, Doug! I also got this one in four. My first thought on guess three was actually STEEL, but I didn't want to be dinged by WordleBot for doubling up a letter there, so I chose something different, only for WordleBot to say that they would have guessed SHELL (doubling up the L, of course) there. 🙄

    Edit to add: Incidentally, my husband, a former steelworker, got it in two, after his usual starting word of TASER. Perhaps his former employment is also why I considered it first on guess three. (Kicking myself for not going with it, of course.)

    Here's what I did (with WordleBot skill/luck scores):

    Wordle 1,029 4/6*

    ⬛⬛⬛🟨⬛ BRISK (83/46)
    🟩🟨⬛⬛🟨 SLOPE (85/56)
    🟩🟩🟩⬛🟩 STEAL (94/64)
    🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩 STEEL (99/—)

    WordleBot
    Skill 93/99
    Luck 55/99

    Your suggested starting word of GREAT for Sunday's puzzle did not work out so great for me, as you'll see in a moment who I go comment on that video. 😅 I had such high hopes for it, too, and I'm sure it would have worked out better under different circumstances.

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