Solving Mysteries And Winning The Cash

Casino: Solving Mysteries And Winning The Cash

Solving Mysteries And Winning The Cash

Solving Mysteries And Winning The Cash

‘Elementary,’ said he. ‘It is one of those instances where the reasoner can produce an effect which seems remarkable to his neighbour because the latter has missed the one little point which is the basis of the deduction.’ – Sherlock Holmes

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The story unfolds on the dark and foggy streets of Victorian London, where the famous sleuth Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Dr John H. Watson are called to investigate the theft of some famous diamonds.

It’s up to you to help them track down the thieves and recover the precious gems. The only problem is that the diamonds were stolen from a room with two doors – both of which were still locked after the crime.

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10 Sherlock Holmes Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

1. Holmes was originally going to be called Sherrinford. Some say the name change was due to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s interest in Cricket (since there was a cricket player called Sherlock).

2. The first Sherlock Holmes novel was rejected by many publishers and eventually published in Beeton’s Christmas Annual.

3. The second Sherlock Holmes novel ‘The Sign of Four’ was apparently written after a dinner party with Oscar Wilde.

4. Sherlock is the world’s most filmed fictional human character (75 actors have played the role on the screen) – Dracula holds the overall record with 272 films.

5. Holmes never actually never said, “Elementary, my dear Watson” in the original novels. He would say “Elementary” and “my dear Watson”, but never together.

6. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was good friends with the famous Houdini.

7. The first film was a 30 second short made in 1900.

8. Sherlock was the first film character to be completely computer generated.

9. Sherlock Holmes was inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s C. Auguste Dupin – the first detective in fiction.

10. Finally, Sir Arthur is said to haunt a former church turned apartments in Suffolk.

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