When you get a full rack of vowels in Words with Friends, instinct may tell you to swap some or all of them out for new letters. But that may not always be the best strategy, and it all depends on your opponent’s gameplay style, what letters remain in the bag, and what the current score is, to name just a few factors.

Using the “Swap” option in a game means you lose your current turn. That alone makes it a desperate measure, especially if you’re winning by a close margin. Skipping one turn may be enough for your challenger to pull ahead and stay ahead for the rest of the board. If you’re… more

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