Wordle is back with another deceptive rush that will test the players. Wordle is just over two months from the first anniversary of him, but today's puzzle shows that he still has many tricks under his sleeve. We will deepen the Wordle puzzle today later in the article, for those looking for some clues or tracks. However, if you have not yet made the puzzle, you may not want to move until the end of the article, as we will eventually discuss the answer.
For those who somehow Wordle's madness have been lost so far, the rules of the game are simple: the players have six attempts to guess a five-letter word. Players receive tracks based on letters that their assumption shares with the correct word. A shaded letter in yellow means that letter also appears in the correct word, but in a different letter location. A shaded letter in green means that letter appears in the same place in the correct word.
On average, Wordle players take approximately 4 attempts to correctly guess a daily riddle, although some riddles can be significantly more complicated. Last week he presented a series of difficult riddles, with Found breaking Rachas because he shared a word of 4 letters that ended with several other words, and Nymph eluded the players due to the lack of a traditional vowel.
So, what about today's wordle? While Wordle does not contain the feared common problem of principle / final word that is responsible for many broken stripes, it does use the same letter twice. That has often turned out to be a setback for some players, although the lack of a trend "Wordle 301 X" on Twitter indicates that it is not hurting too many players. There is at least another word that has the same first three letters and the same final letter, so I hope you can guess the other four letters in four attempts or less.
Are you still perplexed with today's Wordle puzzle? The response to Wordle 301 is... Cheek. Make sure you review Wordlebot if you want some tips on how to improve your Wordle game.
Tell us if you got today's Wordle puzzle in the comments section and if you managed to match our score to solve it in four attempts!