QUESTION: The second rule states that S can be earlier than Q only if Q is third. This doesn't mean that if Q is third then S MUST precede it, only that it CAN precede it. In your explanation of Question 22, you say that if Q is on 3 then S must precede it. Am I missing something here??

Overall excellent explanation, just that on q. 22, the rule states: "S can be earlier than Q is Q is 3," not S must be earlier than Q, thus by having S in either 5 or 6 does not necessarily eliminate the possibility of Q on 3. I don't think it makes any practical difference though

Great game but how am I supposed to solve this in 9 minutes or less

thank you! found this to be a really difficult game…

QUESTION: The second rule states that S can be earlier than Q only if Q is third. This doesn't mean that if Q is third then S MUST precede it, only that it CAN precede it. In your explanation of Question 22, you say that if Q is on 3 then S must precede it. Am I missing something here??

Overall excellent explanation, just that on q. 22, the rule states: "S can be earlier than Q is Q is 3," not S must be earlier than Q, thus by having S in either 5 or 6 does not necessarily eliminate the possibility of Q on 3. I don't think it makes any practical difference though