nStiver wrote:iamcutdacheck wrote:Im reviewing a little bit and never really hammered down the application for 'numerical distribution' in Powerscore's Logical Games Bible in chapter 1, anyone with any insight on that?
It helps you get an idea on numerical limitations, like how many sheep can go in each corral, etc. It is more important with games that have do not have a 1-1 distribution. Having a solid concept of how many variables fit in each spot can sometimes be the key to the game.
Once again, you don't have to write it out exactly like they do, as long as you figure it out and have a way of remembering it.
I myself just re-read the chapter on numerical distributions. Just give it a good once over; the LGB can explain this much better than I can.
P.S. I put the afternoon on the bottom too lol.
Good looking, thanks