Think of a valid five-letter word. The computer will try to guess it in as few turns as possible. The more rounds it takes, the better your score.
For each guess, you will need to tell the computer which letters it got right:
Count each letter only once. If there are duplicate letters, assign green letters first, then give out yellows starting from the left. For example:
The dictionary of guessable words is taken from the original Wordle by Josh Wardle.