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Setup and Rule Diagrams - Video Explanation

Jon Denning
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I say this is contender candidates for 5 honorable mentions of top 12 hardest LG (https://www.powerscore.com/lsat/help/lg ... -games.cfm) ever. Maybe equivalent to a low echelon of Top 12 hardest LG.
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Yeah certainly a tricky one! "Ever" is a difficult label, in large part due to some of the strangeness that appeared back in the '90s, but I know a lot of people felt it was something of a standout for games in the past few years!
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Speaking of last few years, if we restrict the definition of recent from Prep 70 Since, definitely easier than PT. 72. Game 4, Pattern Game and the Prep 79's infamous Computer virus LG though. That's why I say a contender for Honorable mentions, not Most Difficulty LG List.
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Good afternoon Mr. jon,its Alberto.

Thank you it was quite a struggle but I just read in POWERSCORE logic Games text about those exceptions and the possible templates if time permits on these types of games on the LSAT.

I going to try a similar problem on my own to definitely test whether I thoroughly understood your, message conveyed or not.

Again, thank you.