PT34, Game 4 - Doctors at clinics - rules 3, 4, 5
The conditional statement in Rule 3 is useless right? It can't work? Is this common? I've done most of the games but have not specifically drilled grouping defined/moving. I was timing myself last night on this game and spent the first 2-3 minutes making long conditional chains and realized something was wrong.
Are there any other examples of this? The If/Then rule for the third rule is useful only if you make the deduction that the If can never happen?
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Tricky! I recall one other game with a rule that can't be "triggered" so to speak - let me see if I can dig it up. But, nonetheless, it's uncommon.
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