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Words with Friends Strategy: A First Move Puzzle

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Uploaded on May 25, 2011

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This is part of lesson six of my book Words with Friends: Winning Strategies.

William Spaniel explains why the optimal first move often involves thinking about double letter spaces--even though you can't even play on them in the first move!

As someone mentioned in the comments, CREPE is probably a better move, as it keeps the P off of the double word column. But note that this still avoids placing the vowel adjacent to the double letter square.

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