Wordle Jan 12th, 2022 - Can you guess the word? - wordle.plus

Wordle Jan 12th, 2022 – Can you guess the word?

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Hi everyone! Today Sean plays Wordle, a fun word logic puzzle.
Can you get the word in fewer guesses? Give it a shot at the link below:

12 Comments

  1. Can I get the name of the music at the start of your videos? I find it very soothing.

  2. What a coincidence you just uploaded, I was just watching your how to play worlds video a few minutes ago!

  3. I’ve been watching your videos every day the past few days, and it’s been really fun seeing a different approach after I play myself. Loving the content 🙂 I got ridiculously lucky with this one; prior to today every single Wordle I’d done took exactly 5 guesses, but I pulled today’s off in a mere 3. Started with RAINS, then FORCE, and I was able to figure out the word from there. That 2nd guess really helped out lol

  4. Today is my first day. I learnt it from you thank you…. I got it in the fifth try.

  5. So I learnt we could use favor instead of favour and labor instead of labor

  6. Nice! This was a tough one for me also. My first day getting it in 6/6.

  7. I didn’t get today
    Train
    Reads
    Cough
    Mayor
    Labor
    Razor
    Still it was fun

  8. Well done Sean! I got it in 4. Guessed words in order: roast, arbor, manor and then correct answer. You're right that the rigour was in playing around with the consonants for this one.

  9. Craft – Fakir – Favor. I was happy to guess right given that's not how I spell 'favour'. I've been rethinking my opening guess strategy, and I now think a consonant-heavy word might be the best option, rather than something like Aegis, or Adieu. Vowels and simple consonants like STRNL may statistically yield more hits, but they can often be weak hits, just like in Scrabble they're all only one-point tiles. Getting lucky with hits on more interesting consonants makes it easier to narrow down words for the next guess.

  10. Thanks for the F clue as I had A,O,R already

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