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Just curious if anyone has any suggestions on how to approach these types of games. I seem to be having difficulty handling the multiple "if" rules in game 2, and game 4 crushed me on time. I am superb, like most others, at sequencing/linear games. However, the conditional rules on game 2 completely threw me.
- The Gentleman
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Well are you having trouble with just conditional sequencing or are you struggling with conditional reasoning in general? I'll assume it's the former. Conditional sequencing is odd and slightly more time consuming than standard sequencing, but it can be beat using templates. For something like game 2 on PT 51, sketch out two flexible templates; one showing the G>H implications and the other showing the H>G implications.
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