This week we have a bit of a lateral thinking puzzle for you, once again set in the Jolly Quizmaster.
A couple of us were in the pub having a quiet pint after a hard day's question writing, and we noticed two of our colleagues playing cards. After they had finished playing they joined us for another drink.
Curious to know how their games had gone we asked them, and we found out that they had played five games. Oddly enough, they had both won the same number of games, and as you might or might not know, a draw is not possible in cribbage.
How is this possible?
The only way that this is possible is if they played at least some of the games against another person or persons.