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Cricket Puzzle

Cricket Puzzle - 21 September



Two batsman each on 94 runs. Seven runs needed to win in last 3 balls. Both make 100*. How?

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42 comments:

  1. 6 on first ball one hundred complete..next ball catch out but they change thier strik while the ball was in the air then another six and over...done

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    1. but they made 100* that means both should be not out.

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    2. Ball 1: 4 runs
      Ball 2: 3 runs (with 1 short run). 1st batsman completed 100.Also side changed.
      Ball 3: 6 runs 2nd batsman got 100 runs

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    3. first ball six then five balls dot then other batsman scores a
      six

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    4. @niranjan 3balls left then how can 5 dots. poor guy

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    5. pretty easy riddle here fellas. 6, bye, 6. Simple.byes only count on the team score, not the batsman.

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    6. @anonymous. only 7 runs to win . so match will end as soon as bye is taken. how come you scored 13...poor guy...

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  2. Solution
    Ball 1: 4 runs
    Ball 2: 2 runs (with 1 short run). 1st batsman completed 100. Also side got changed
    Ball 3: 6 runs 2nd batsman got 100.

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  3. 94+4+2(-1 of short) =99
    and wrong

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  4. Veera

    1).94+4+3(-1 of short) =100
    2).94+6 = 100

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  5. Ball 1: 6 Runs ( complete100 1st batsman)
    then side changed
    Ball 2: Wide
    Ball 3: 6 Runs ( complete 100 2nd batsman).

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    1. why side changed without completion of over?

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    2. However side changed in first ball means after the wide match finished with 7 run target. Then how can u go for last ball?

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    3. 1: 4 RUNS
      2: 3 RUNS (1 SHORT)
      3: SIX

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    4. Batsman have to return to original crease if run is declared short.

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  6. 1st batsman hits the ball & taken 1 run ....but ball hit the helmet of the wicketkeeper which was behind the keeper,5 runs given to the batsman more then on next ball 2nd batsman hits for 6

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  7. First ball, Batsman A on strike (94), 7 to win - batsmen hits the ball nd takes three runs. However, on one of the runs, one of the batsmen accidentally fails to make his ground, so the umpire calls a short run and that run is disallowed. While the ball is still in play the fielder throws it to the wicket-keeper but overthrows it, and the ball goes to the boundary and so an additional four runs are awarded. Thus, six runs (3 runs - 1 short run + 4 overthrows) are awarded to Batsman A for his century, Batsman B would now be on strike.

    Second ball, Batsman B on strike (94), 1 to win -- the ball is struck over the boundary for six. Batsman B scores his century and his team wins the match.

    This scenario also solves the raised issue.. two centuries and the match winning..

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    1. If the batsman runs 3 and it was a short run, only one run is awarded

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  8. 1st Ball Batsman A on Strike: 4 Runs
    2nd Ball Batsman A takes 3 runs but there is 1 short run he takes so on 2nd ball Batsman A gets 2 runs and its century gets completed also strike get change
    Now on 3rd Ball 1 run to win and Batsman B on strike: 6 Runs
    Both are completed their century with Notout

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  9. ball 1: 5
    ball 2: 1
    ball 3: 6

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  10. ball1; 6 ( batsman 1)( but got retired hurt because of muscle pull and next batsman got on crease)
    ball 2; w ( new batsman gets out in meanwhile they cross over)
    ball 3; 6(batsman 2)

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  12. It can be done quite simply:
    (1) Ball bowled wide: 1 to batsman A
    (2) Hopeless fielding: 5 to batsman A
    (3) Batsman B now at crease: its a 6!
    Or if the wide does not count as one of the 3 balls then replace (2) with a 2 followed by a 3 by batsman A.

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    1. Will wide be added with batsman score?

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    2. wide ball batsman k score mai add nhi hoat bhaya.....

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  13. first batsmen a hits the ball and takes 1 run and accidently the ball hits the wk helmet....so penelty 5+1=6 runs added to the batsmen a.the next ball is faced by batsmen b and he hits a six so both100*......simple as that....

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  14. 1: 4 RUNS
    2: 3 RUNS (1 SHORT)
    3: SIX

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  15. wrong score board

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  16. 1st batsman push the ball for a single and the filder throw the ball but he missed the direct hit and ball gone for four in over throw so 1st batsman completes his century now just 2 need on two balls and second batsman at the strike he hits the ball all over for six runs he also complete his century.....!

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  18. How about this one, same puzzle but last two balls remaining!

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  19. chintan choksi
    another posiblity is that
    balls
    1: batsman A 6runs
    2 :0 trying to make 1run but runout batsman A bowler side : strike goes to batsman B
    3 :6 runs by batsman B.

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  20. Ball 1: Three runs taken. Fielder OVER THROWS for another three runs!
    Ball 2: next batsmen hits 6!

    100* not out both and match finished in two balls!

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    1. But on over throw , when they complete 6 runs again the first batsmen will be on batting end only.

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  21. You guys are all morons....
    Ball 1 (final ball of the over)... batsmen 1 hits 6 runs
    Ball 2( 1st ball of next over) batsmen 2 hits 6 runs.
    game won with 1 ball left...

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  22. I thank Ball 1: 4 runs....

    More information

    http://www.cricgully.com/

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  23. Q=94
    R=94

    1st ball : no ball 4 Q=99 Run required= 2
    2nd ball: 1 run Q=100 Run required= 1
    3rd ball: 6 runs R=100 Won

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    1. funny, no ball wont count for batsmen - 4 + 1 = 5 (94 +5 = 99)

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  24. 1st ball 6 and second ball caught out by which both the batsmens change side and 3rd ball 6

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