• 1. Mr. Hart played the King's Indian Defence.
  • 2. Steve placed ahead of the one who used the Ruy Lopez opening.
  • 3. The top 4 players were Larry, Mr. Korn, the contestant who opened with Queen's Gambit, and a player who played on an even-numbered board.
  • 4. Mr. Rose finished exactly 2 places ahead of the player on board 31.
  • 5. The number of the 3rd place winner's board is at least 10 higher or at least 10 lower than that of Mr. Baird.
  • 6. The number of the board of the contestant who placed immediately after Bert is exactly 15 higher than the number of the board played by the one who placed immediately before Tom.
  • 7. The lowest board number of the top 4 finishers was exactly half the number of the board played by the one who placed immediately after the one who played the Giuoco Piano opening.
  • 8. The highest board number was exactly 8 higher than the board number of the man who finished exactly two places after Bert.
  • 1. Mr. Hart played the King's Indian Defence.
  • 2. Steve placed ahead of the one who used the Ruy Lopez opening.
  • 3. The top 4 players were Larry, Mr. Korn, the contestant who opened with Queen's Gambit, and a player who played on an even-numbered board.
  • 4. Mr. Rose finished exactly 2 places ahead of the player on board 31.
  • 5. The number of the 3rd place winner's board is at least 10 higher or at least 10 lower than that of Mr. Baird.
  • 6. The number of the board of the contestant who placed immediately after Bert is exactly 15 higher than the number of the board played by the one who placed immediately before Tom.
  • 7. The lowest board number of the top 4 finishers was exactly half the number of the board played by the one who placed immediately after the one who played the Giuoco Piano opening.
  • 8. The highest board number was exactly 8 higher than the board number of the man who finished exactly two places after Bert.

Observation: This table is automatically filled accordingly to the grid.

How to play

  • Start by reading all the clues;
  • Find the most basic clues and use the grid to mark them on it;
  • Use logic deduction to find propositions that are not explicit;
  • Click on a clue to mark it as used;
  • The answer table is filled automatically.

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