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Can you find out the result of the individual games?

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Aarav, Brijesh, Chander, Danish and Eeshan decided to play a game of tiddly winks. In this game they decided that one win will get 1 point for winning, 0 for losing and 1/2 in case of a tie.

They finished the game in alphabetical order and it was found that the scores were different for each person.

Based on the following two statements, can you find out the result of the individual games?
Brijesh: No one could finish like me, without a loss.
Eeshan: No one played worse than me, I finished without a single win.

posted Feb 18, 2015 by Harshita Dhaliwal

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