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Chip Champions is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask.

## Puzzle

US Version

Six people are talking at the casino.
A: "I'm only left with a quarter of the chips I started with!"
C: "If you add up the number of chips that B and F lost, you'll get the amount that I started with."
E: "I had the same amount of chips as B did at first, but now I've got more left.
D: "I'm completely out of chips!"

Draw lines from the people (A to F) to the stacks of chips (1 to 6) to identify which chips belong to whom.

UK Version

Six people are talking at the casino.
A: "I've got a quarter of the chips I started with!"
C: "If you add up the number of chips that B and F lost, you'll get the amount that I had to begin with."
E: "I had the same number of chips as B did at first, but now I've got more left.
D: "I'm completely out of chips!"

Draw lines from the people (A to F) to the stacks of chips (1 to 6) to identify which chips belong to which person.

## Hints

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You can tell right away which stack of chips is D's.

E says he and B started with the same number of chips. That means their stacks must have been the same size. But at the moment, E has more chips left, so...

You should be able to work out which stacks of chips D, B and E have just based on what D and E said.

US Version

Now let's look at what C said. The number of chips C started with is equal to the amount B and F lost, but you already know how many B lost. Once you do the sums, you should be able to narrow it down to one possibility.

UK Version

Now, let's look at what C said. The number of chips C started with is equal to the amount B and F lost. You already know how many chips B lost, and there are three possibilities for the amount F lost. However, once you do the sums, you should be able to narrow it down to a single possibility.

US Version

From the previous hints, you should have worked out that D has stack 2, B has 3, E has 6, and F has 1. That leaves A and C, and stacks 4 and 5.

A says he only has a quarter of his starting amount left. Which stack is A's?

UK Version

From the previous hints, you should have worked out that D has stack 2, B has 3, E has 6 and F has 1. That leaves A and C, and stacks 4 and 5.

A says he only has a quarter of his starting amount left. Which stack is A's?

## Solution

### Incorrect

You could probably say that for the people at the casino too...

### Correct

Correct!

US Version

Stack 4 belongs to A, stack 3 to B, stack 5 to C, stack 2 to D, stack 6 to E, and stack 1 to F. D's and E's comments are the key to solving this puzzle.

UK Version

Stack 4 belongs to A, stack 3 to B, stack 5 to C, stack 2 to D, stack 6 to E and stack 1 to F. D's and E's comments are the key to solving this puzzle.