1.The first player to solve their case places their Points counter in the seven points box.
2.Any player who solves their case in the same round as another player does, also places their Points counter in the same scoring box.
3.After that when a player solves their case they place their Points counter in the next empty box down.
4.If two or more players scored the same points then the next player or players to score would still score in the next box down.
The first 3 rules are fine, they're reasonable. But I really don't understand the forth. Because second and third rule are already completed: "Same round same score; Next round lower." Then why forth? If it means only certain number of players could get same score then why it says "two or more"? (how many exactly??) Hope someone could explain it, thanks a lot.