• 1. Exactly one of the bandits has the same initial in the county where he lived and in its forename or surname.
  • 2. Exactly one of the bandits has the same initial in the place where he ended his days, and in its forename or surname.
  • 3. The reward against Allison was immediately lower than the reward on Cassidy's head.
  • 4. Johnny Ringo was captured in Arizona or his bounty was $ 500.
  • 5. The county of Lincoln issued a reward of $ 500 or $ 5000 against its bandit. The Cochise County didn't issue a bounty of $ 3500.
  • 6. A total of $ 6250 have been paid: one of the bandits fled without being captured.
  • 7. Billy the Kid was captured while he was in Bolivia or in New Mexico.
  • 8. Billy or Johnny lived in Lincoln.
  • 9. Two of the bandits have been captured in New Mexico and in Arizona. The third captured one was from Colfax.
  • 10. The bandit which lived in Cochise had higher bounty than the bandit from Colfax.
  • 11. Butch Cassidy didn't go to Texas.
  • 1. Exactly one of the bandits has the same initial in the county where he lived and in its forename or surname.
  • 2. Exactly one of the bandits has the same initial in the place where he ended his days, and in its forename or surname.
  • 3. The reward against Allison was immediately lower than the reward on Cassidy's head.
  • 4. Johnny Ringo was captured in Arizona or his bounty was $ 500.
  • 5. The county of Lincoln issued a reward of $ 500 or $ 5000 against its bandit. The Cochise County didn't issue a bounty of $ 3500.
  • 6. A total of $ 6250 have been paid: one of the bandits fled without being captured.
  • 7. Billy the Kid was captured while he was in Bolivia or in New Mexico.
  • 8. Billy or Johnny lived in Lincoln.
  • 9. Two of the bandits have been captured in New Mexico and in Arizona. The third captured one was from Colfax.
  • 10. The bandit which lived in Cochise had higher bounty than the bandit from Colfax.
  • 11. Butch Cassidy didn't go to Texas.

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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