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A mysterious bandit is on the lam and trying to escape the police who are hot on his trail. His entrance into this part of town is marked with an arrow.
This particular bandit follows a peculiar creed and has vowed never to go backward or turn around. Additionally, whenever he meets an intersection, he will always turn left or right.
Now, as you can see from the map, this part of town has multiple exits, which are labeled A through G. Of all the exits here, which one will the bandit never be able to pass through?
Too bad! This puzzle requires flexible thinking.
As you can see from the diagram, if the bandit must turn every time he approaches an intersection, the ways he can move through the town are set.
As a result, no matter how he approaches B, he'll never be able to leave through there.
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