LSAT Logic Game Trial Teams Explanation Video

I just made a video explanation for the first LSAT Logic Game from LSAT PrepTest 55 (October 2008 LSAT). It's the "trial teams" game (Gambini, Little, Mitchum, Richardson, Saito, and Veracruz give opening and final arguments in a trial advocacy class).

I explained all questions in one video that's just under 8 minutes. (Get more free LSAT videos.)



For more, see my more-detailed written Logic Games explanations available on the blog.


  1. For diagram two, the rule states that M must be on the same team as G/V. However, you listed R/G over M as a possibility. This means that R could be on the same team as M. This seems impossible given the rule.