• 1. Exactly one player played in the city with the same initial of his name.
  • 2. Charles didn't play with Atlanta, and he doesn't bear number 17.
  • 3. The number of the player in the 2nd base is smaller than Diego's but bigger than the player from Cincinnati.
  • 4. In counter-clockwise order there are: Albert, number 66, Charles, and the player from Detroit.
  • 5. Number 66 either played in Atlanta or is in the 1st base.
  • 6. If Bob played in Boston, then the player from Cincinnati is in the 3rd base.
  • 7. Number 17 is in the 1st or 2nd base.
  • 8. If the player from Boston is at home base, Charles has number 81.
  • 9. Players from Atlanta and Detroit are on opposite positions. Neither of them is number 6.
  • 10. If Bob is in the 3rd base, then number 66 is at home base.
  • 11. If Albert is in the 1st base, then he is number 6.
  • 1. Exactly one player played in the city with the same initial of his name.
  • 2. Charles didn't play with Atlanta, and he doesn't bear number 17.
  • 3. The number of the player in the 2nd base is smaller than Diego's but bigger than the player from Cincinnati.
  • 4. In counter-clockwise order there are: Albert, number 66, Charles, and the player from Detroit.
  • 5. Number 66 either played in Atlanta or is in the 1st base.
  • 6. If Bob played in Boston, then the player from Cincinnati is in the 3rd base.
  • 7. Number 17 is in the 1st or 2nd base.
  • 8. If the player from Boston is at home base, Charles has number 81.
  • 9. Players from Atlanta and Detroit are on opposite positions. Neither of them is number 6.
  • 10. If Bob is in the 3rd base, then number 66 is at home base.
  • 11. If Albert is in the 1st base, then he is number 6.

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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