If new soul is not on sale, then which one of the following must be true?

iHAVE33FLAWSandAcommonLSATflawAINTone on May 29 at 07:24PM

Whoa, this one is tough, any help is appreciated!

So this is the first time I haven't been able to get a LG section done in time at 100% accuracy after attempting it twice. Specifically, game two is getting me on time. Any advice on setups? I have tried making large deduction chains and also not doing so, either way, I'm having a hard time with my timing.

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Emil-Kunkin on May 30 at 02:52AM

Opinions differ but this is, in my view, the hardest game of all time. What makes it hard is that there really aren't any great deductions, and that while you can make all the wonderful inference chains you want, they're only marginally helpful here. This is just an extreme in our conditional game, with a huge number of rules and ten variables.

Certainly no guarantees, but we haven't had games that are like this is a while. The toughest games recently have tended to be weird multi linear games like the flowers in 88 or the representatives in 89, or just strange setups like the workpieces or the building trading. This game is miserable specifically because there's nothing special about it. It's just the sheer volume of information thrown at you.

When you hit something like this, all I can say is to make the rules your best friend. Know them like the back of your had, because that's what it's going to come down to.

iHAVE33FLAWSandAcommonLSATflawAINTone on June 1 at 05:30PM

I appreciate this! It's definitely a good way to practice conditional logic, but it's a lot!