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LSAC Exam LSAT Topic 2 Question 2 Discussion

Actual exam question for LSAC's Law School Admission Test exam
Question #: 2
Topic #: 2
[All Law School Admission Test Questions]

A chess tournament is occurring in the local community school, and the players at all fourof the tables are engaged in their fourth game against their prospective opponents.

The players with white pieces are: David, Gerry, Lenny and Terry

The players with black pieces are: Don, Mike, Richie and Stephen

The scores are 3:0, 2.5:0.5, 2:1, 1.5:1.5

[note: tied games result in a score of 0.5 points for each player]

Lenny is playing at the table to the right of Stephen, who has lost all of his games untilnow.

Gerry is playing against Mike.

At least one game at table 1 has resulted in a tie.

Richie, who is not in the lead over his opponent, has not been in a tied game.

The player who is using the white pieces at table 4 is Terry, however, the current score attable 4 is not 2:1.

Don is leading his match after his last three games.

Who is the winning player at table 4?

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