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Old 03-02-2012, 01:50 AM
alillich alillich is offline
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Default Two "the five people are" clues

I'm pretty new to logic puzzles, but improving every day. However these situations completely stump me.

I've now come across a couple 5x5 puzzles that have more than one "the five people are" clues.

So far, the only way I can figure these out is by plotting them out in Excel - making two separate tables and trying to work out where the clues correspond. This takes me FOREVER and I've actually had to just guess on one of them. Is there an easy strategy for working these type of puzzles out?
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