Answer from Last Day: PALM GOVERN.
Jenn Dimples Lee has set down a challenge with her fudge fondue. Can you take the pot? Huh? Can you?
Answer from Last Day: NIGHT CARER.
Answer from Yesterday: RIP-OFF FLAW
Answers from yesterday: Pre-flop (no play), Flop: IONIC (12), Turn: IF* (24), River: COIFING (80!) for 116 points.
Jenn Dimples Lee scores at the pre-flop and comes up with a bingo at the river. I wouldn’t let that deter you.
Answers from yesterday: 1. PIA MATER, 2. PIAGET, 3. PIANISSIMO, 4. PIASTER, 5. PIBROCH, 6. PICA, 7. PICARD, 8. PICAROON, 9. PICAYUNE, 10. PICKET, 11. PICKY, 12. PICOFARAD, 13. PICTOGRAM, 14. PIDGIN, 15. PIEBALD, 16. PIECEMEAL, 17. PIED-A TERRE, 18. PIFFLE, 19. PIGEONHOLE, 20. PIGMENT, 21. PILAU, 22. PILCHER, 23. PILFER, 24. PILLAGE, 25. PILOSITY, 26. PILSENERS, 27. PINCE-NEZ, 28. PINDAR, 29. PING PONG, 30. PINKIE, 31. PIONEER, 32. PIPETTE, 33. PIROUETTE, 34. PISTACHIO, 35. PITA, 36. PITCHING WEDGE, 37. PITTANCE, 38. PITTSBURGH, 39. PIVOTAL, 40 . PIXELS
Jenn Dimples Lee has set down quite a challenge with her fudge fondue. Can you find better words and take the pot? Huh? Can you?
Hey Wordsharp! Your opponent is sitting with very choice pocket cards, a Q and a U of the same suit. He racks up impressive words at the flop, turn and river. However, if I were a bettin’ man, I wouldn’t rule you out of this one.
Got your word-building swagger on? Step up to the table and try to outwit Jenn Dimples Lee. She’s sitting pretty with a 77.
Try a hand of Word Hold’Em against Jenn Dimples Lee. Print ready PDF (1-page).
Feel free to share your best hands in the comments! Good luck.