on February 27, 2023
In my set up, somehow I had the epiphany S and Q would tell me more about this game than where R and T go, so I only had four scenarios: S in 1, 2, 4, 5. This took less time than the videos and thought this could be useful for the future.
I guess the key takeaway here is that since Q showed up in two rules, we can get more inferences than playing with R and T who only had 1 rule each. In addition to S, Q, and V all being reliant upon each others' position, having R and T restricted to only two places made this game even easier.
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on March 4 at 06:33PM