• They didn't play against each other.
  • They were not playing against each other.
  • I am going to have to disagree somewhat with the previous two posters. From the information given, we can't be sure that the two men are not playing each other. All that we can say logically is that they did not play ALL of these games against each other. They can have played up to six games against each other with each having one three of them and then played the seventh game against one or more opponents with each of them having the same result from this game. They could also have played no games together as the other posters have stated. Finally, they could have played some number of games in between with each other in combination with other opponents. All of these are possibilities based on the information given.
    • Tom Jackson
      And yet both posters did in fact answer the question with scenarios that could explain the result. You did the same thing. All of you are right.
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  • umm they didnt play against each other?
  • according to the law of physics for each and every action there will be and equal and opposite reaction so when they played the seven games they created an action so they had to have an equal reaction so they had to play seven games more so the both won seven games each. simple, problem solved

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