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avmillsap on February 12, 2019

Sequencing games

What is the best way to determine the most efficient starting point for developing the discussed large sequencing rule?

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Ravi on February 14, 2019


Could you tell me which part of the video you're referring to (like
the minute and second point)?

In general, the best way to attack logic games with large sequencing
sets is to analyze the rules in order, one by one. After reading and
writing down each rule, see if it can be combined with any of the
previous ones you've written. Sometimes, you'll find that you can
combine all or most of the rules into a giant chain. Other times, this
won't be the case and you'll have a few different sets of rules to
work with. However, by doing it this way, you'll always be able to
tell when you can create giant chains, and when you're able to make
these, they can make the game fly by.

Does this make sense? Let us know if you have any other questions!