These are Richard Osman’s top tips to winning at Wordle

These are Richard Osman’s top tips to winning at Wordle

1/23/2022 1:27:00 AM

These are Richard Osman’s top tips to winning at Wordle

Getting the word of the day in one try is a ‘fluke’, but getting it in three tries is a ‘beautiful skill’, says the game show host

“They’re the 2,500 most common five-letter words in the English language, so there will never be a word that’s crazy, like we haven’t heard of.”However, the game’s creator, Josh Wardle, included a much bigger list of 10,000 words that players can take advantage of in order to guess the word of the day.

The author ofThe Thursday Murder Clubrevealed that he usually uses the word “aline” for his first try and explained why.He told Winkleman: “I often start with the word ‘aline’ which is not a word it would ever be, because it’s too obscure, but it’s got three vowels in it and an L and an N, which is quite useful as well, it’s got an E in a very good place.

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Where is Prince Andrew in line to the throne? “They’re the 2,500 most common five-letter words in the English language, so there will never be a word that’s crazy, like we haven’t heard of.” However, the game’s creator, Josh Wardle, included a much bigger list of 10,000 words that players can take advantage of in order to guess the word of the day. The author of The Thursday Murder Club revealed that he usually uses the word “aline” for his first try and explained why. He told Winkleman: “I often start with the word ‘aline’ which is not a word it would ever be, because it’s too obscure, but it’s got three vowels in it and an L and an N, which is quite useful as well, it’s got an E in a very good place. “You can take advantage of these 10,000 words but know that the actual word will be one that you’ve heard of.” Winkleman asked Osman what he thought of starting with the word “stare”, to which he replied: “I get it, there’s a couple of vowels in it, but S isn’t used very often as there’s not many plurals, otherwise there would be millions of millions of words. “S is a red herring,” he added. The word “adieu” is a popular starting word, but Osman said Twitter would “go crazy” if the word of the day was ever that. He suggested that the word “audio” would be a good starting word as it helps in “getting those vowels out of the way”. The House of Games host said guessing the word in one try would be a “fluke” but guessing it in three tries is impressive. “I’d say getting it in three is a beautiful skill, that’s somebody who you want to have lunch with. Recommended