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Old 07-30-2014, 10:40 AM
Spudkitty Spudkitty is offline
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Smile Errata Sheet for Vol 1?

Is there an errata sheet for Logic Puzzles Vol 1 which lists printing errors and clue omissions for the puzzles in this book? For example, I have found the following:

P. 97, Buy Low, Sell High - No clue to distinguish between Derrick/Scott and Pharm/Manufacturing
P. 143, The Dart Toss - Clue 5 should read "least" instead of "last."
P. 198, Ticket Sales - Are there clues missing? I can't seem to solve.

Is there a list of corrections for Vol 1 somewhere? If not, can anyone help with the solutions to the puzzles on p. 97 and p. 198?

Many thanks!
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Old 11-22-2016, 08:42 AM
collinsm22 collinsm22 is offline
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I, too, have found multiple solutions to puzzle 198 - Ticket Sales.

If the performance at the Gibson Theater is presumed to be on Thursday (not Saturday, as in the solution in the back), there are two possible solutions:

0..Wednesday....Komedie Kiev....Roxie or Porter
2......Friday...........Music Ally...........Burdette
4....Saturday..........Old Siam.......Porter or Roxie
6....Thursday........Aunt Agony...........Gibson
8.....Sunday.........Two Towers............Grand

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Old 11-22-2016, 03:50 PM
serenia serenia is offline
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If it's not too much trouble, could you post the clues for puzzle 198 (Ticket Sales)?

When there are two solutions with the pattern you described, sometimes it is because a single unnoticed negative was hidden in a clue.

I can get the labels from your post. Thanks.
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