BRUTAL Wordle 251 is one of the hardest yet: Did you manage to solve it?

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    The key to solving Wordle puzzles quickly and in as few guesses as possible is getting off to a good start. Most people have a favourite word they’ll use at the beginning of a puzzle, usually featuring one or two vowels. Indeed, if you check out the links below, you’ll discover a selection of starting words recommended by experts like Countdown’s Susie Dent. While we’re not going to give away the answer in this article, it’s fair to say that Wordle daily puzzle 251 is one of the more difficult challenges yet.

    **WORDLE SPOILER ALERT – CLUES FOR WORDLE 251 BELOW**

    Unlike some of the previous head scratchers, Wordle 251 isn’t a particularly abstruse or obscure word.

    The problem, however, is that this simple, everyday word doesn’t use many of the more common letters recommended by experts.

    By the process of elimination, most people should get the answer eventually. Just don’t expect to solve the puzzle within the first couple of guesses.

    Judging by the response on Twitter, Wordle daily puzzle 251 is taking fans to the wire.

    “Yikes, this one almost got me,” one fan writes.

    Another posts: “Yep… that will annoy people.”

    Finally: “This one is brutal.”

    If you’re struggling with Wordle, you may have previously enabled hard mode.

    With hard mode enabled, players are forced to use any yellow and green letters in subsequent guesses.

    This means you can’t use your next guess to rule out a large number of letters. Instead, you have to play the yellow and greens you’ve already uncovered.

    To turn off hard mode, simply click the settings icon in the top-right part of the screen. Here you’ll be presented with a list of options, including the hard mode setting.

    If hard mode is switched on, simply click it off, and you’ll be able to use more letters in each guess.

    Published at Fri, 25 Feb 2022 11:10:00 +0000

    BRUTAL Wordle 251 is one of the hardest yet: Did you manage to solve it?