It's the opening move. You've narrowed your choices down to CREEP or CREPE. Which is the better play?
Your rack consists of AEEIKOO. Are you doomed to swap tiles, or can you still salvage some points this turn while eliminating three of your vowels?
What is the prime real estate of the Words with Friends board?
High level Words with Friends players know the answers to these questions. But, more importantly, they know why
those answers are correct. Delving into the literature on game theory, Words with Friends: Winning Strategies investigates ten simple strategies to maximize your in-game performance. Rather than emphasize rote memorization techniques, this book teaches the underlying mechanics of the game to make you a more competitive player.
In particular, you will learn about ten important topics:
- Why is Words with Friends a "zero sum" game?
- On which spaces is the game won or lost?
- How do you defend that prime real estate?
- What is the most underrated letter in the game? (Hint: It is X.)
- Why are the two letter words so important?
- What separates a good opening from a great opening?
- Why should you care more about the score differential than your personal score?
- When are "risky" plays not so risky after all?
- When is it okay to take risks anyway?
- How can you avoid having to swapping tiles?
Words with Friends: Winning Strategies also offers vital word lists, including all of the two letter words and all words consisting of one consonant and the rest vowels. All of these lists come pre-sorted for your viewing ease.
Buy Words with Friends: Winning Strategies today, and let the winning begin!