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I have one question:
When you are in baker street and want to solve the case, you have to answer the questions out loud so the others can hear them or you just have to write them in paper and the look if you get it?
From what I understood of the rules you have to tell the answers out loud, but in that case if someone answers almost all the answers right except one then the next person to go there would have a huge advantage, even if he doesn't know which of the answers are correct.
We always played that you have to say it out loud. Yes, it might help an opponent to win, which is why you want to be sure that you are right. Of course, I guess you could write it down first and if you were wrong then the others could continue and if you were right the others could check to verify it.
Per Jay Moriarty, the game's creator, you should announce your solution out loud, then check the solution booklet and if you have everything correct, you win. If not, close the booklet and you're out while the other players continue. Just as it says in the Rules booklet.