LSAT Logic Games : Solving three-variable logic games

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Example Question #61 : Solving Three Variable Logic Games

Chef Henri has six dinner specialties, A, B, C, D, E, and F. One dinner specialty, and only one dinner specialty, is presented on the menu for each evening the restaurant is open, which is Monday through Saturday (closed Sunday).

The following conditions must hold:

Free wine is served with C or D, but not for both, and free wine is served only on Tuesday or Wednesday. A must be served earlier in the week than B and C.

If B is served on Thursday, then B is served earlier in the week than E and F.

If B is not served on Thursday, then B is served later in the week than E and F.

Either D or E is served on Friday.

If D is served on Monday, then which one of the following could be false?

E is served on Friday.

A is served on Tuesday.

C is served on Wednesday.

B is served on Saturday.

C is the dinner specialty served with free wine.