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11/9/2017 1:40:54 PM

Ramsay MacInnes
Ramsay MacInnes
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Hello, It took a while (help from Google/Internet entries and PP/D's publications, etc.) but I finally got the hang of "regular grid" Logic Problems. But, there is No way I can get into solving those with only tables given (other than drawing graph-paper grids of my own to go along with). The example given in the PP/D "How to Solve Table Logic Puzzles" isn't, I feel, a normal representative of ones given in the 2 mags (Penny Press/Dell versions), especially those near the end which are tied together ("File Cabinet" Whodunit, etc.). You need both the grid and the table. The table is also an INVALUABLE aid to keeping track of your 4-1-1 with the grid, as it aggregates, but is pitifully insolvent on its own. Would like to see more specific pointers for solving these, or another example, step-by-step, or any pointers from the Forum Circle out there. New blogger, long-time puzzler. Thanx?

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