• 1. Exactly one of the pirates had the parrot of the same color as his nickname.
  • 2. Only the pirate who buried 300 doubloons has the same initial in its nickname and in the island's name he hid his loot. However, he wasn't the owner of the green parrot.
  • 3. The owner of the blue parrot buried 100 doubloons less than the loot buried in Barbados.
  • 4. Neither Greenbeard nor the owner of the blue parrot lived in Trinidad.
  • 5. Among Bluebeard and the pirate with the silver parrot, one of them had 100 doubloons.
  • 6. There were 100 doubloons less in Granada than in Trinidad.
  • 7. Either Silverbeard or Bluebeard had 300 doubloons.
  • 8. Exactly one of the parrots had the same initial in its color and in the name of the island its owner hid the loot.
  • 9. The owner of the black parrot didn't have 300 doubloons.
  • 1. Exactly one of the pirates had the parrot of the same color as his nickname.
  • 2. Only the pirate who buried 300 doubloons has the same initial in its nickname and in the island's name he hid his loot. However, he wasn't the owner of the green parrot.
  • 3. The owner of the blue parrot buried 100 doubloons less than the loot buried in Barbados.
  • 4. Neither Greenbeard nor the owner of the blue parrot lived in Trinidad.
  • 5. Among Bluebeard and the pirate with the silver parrot, one of them had 100 doubloons.
  • 6. There were 100 doubloons less in Granada than in Trinidad.
  • 7. Either Silverbeard or Bluebeard had 300 doubloons.
  • 8. Exactly one of the parrots had the same initial in its color and in the name of the island its owner hid the loot.
  • 9. The owner of the black parrot didn't have 300 doubloons.

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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