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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by mc_oliver, Feb 3, 2005.
alam ko na! akala mo ikaw lang up grad ha! hehehe, hindi ako ang naka solve.
e bakit ako, up grad, hindi ko alam paano ma-solve! hahahahaha!!!!
Hehehe, si Pio 'di talaga nakatiis. Tumawag pa sa cell. ;f
tama naman ha, pareho tayong hindi naka solve... engineer namin ang naka kuha;f ;f ;f
kalikot ko nanga glock ko para gumaling ako sa math;e
Nakakakilabot sa umpisa until you realize what's happening. ;f
huh? so what's happening?
All of the posssible results have only one common symbol. I'm from UP.
does that mean that i'm not psychic? hahahahaha!!!!
but work it does
This one will be a little difficult to crack
mas madali ma solve ang kay copperfield may math pa kasi yung kay oliver eh ;a
How how de carabao? ;e
Whatever two digit numbers you choose, you'll come up with one symbol.
Sorry for the confusion..I was asking for the solution to this.. http://www.blackstate.gr/pp/copperfield_blackstate_gr.pps
the first mindreader thing autogenerates the symbols that go with the numbers, they are not constant, and it is generated in such a way that they will always corelate, you can then "predict" what symbol will come out next by looking at any of the lower numbers (say 63) and keep on clicking the crystal ball.
NONE of the cards on the first set of six are on the last set of five.
so whatever you choose, it will appear to have disappeared.
take note of the first set of cards, not just their number but their suits. you'll see.
Nice one dre. Close, but no cherry. ;f
And for the rest of you, don't spoil the fun...at least not yet. ;f
The number 9 along with 18, 27, 36, 45, 63...etc. all have the same symbol per generation. And whatever symbol they represent would be the crystal ball's answer.