Which one of the following, if substituted for the constraint that neither Xiao's speech nor Yoshida's speech can be ...

Andrew on May 3, 2021

Why not B?

I could see why E works but I don't see how B cannot. Can you please explain?

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Emil on May 4 at 10:47PM

Hi, B would allow a scenario in which X and Y are both at 1, M and Z are both at 3 and L is at 3. This is banned in the original rule.