Five people (Pamela, Xena, Charles, Denis, and Jesse) with last names Kaufman, Regoli, Clemens, O'Neal, and Borris, each owned a number of puzzles.
Each person was of a different occupation: valet, zookeeper, engineer, nurse, and optometrist.
If each person owned one of the following amounts of puzzles, (5, 7, 14, 20, and 3) can you figure out the first name, last name, and how many puzzles each person owned?
Xena, Kaufman and the engineer play tennis, while Jesse and the person who owned 5 puzzles prefer golf.
Charles, Borris, the nurse, Denis, and the person who owned 20 puzzles all live on the same street.
The valet, nor the person who owned 3 puzzles, isn't O'Neal.
The valet isn't Denis or the person who owned 14 puzzles.
The person who owned 14 puzzles is not named Borris.
The person who owned 14 puzzles,and the nurse have known each other for years.
Charles and Kaufman once dated the optometrist.
The zookeeper isn't Pamela or Borris .
The nurse, whose first name isn't Jesse, wasn't the person who owned 7 puzzles.
O'Neal isn't the zookeeper.
Denis isn't Kaufman
The optometrist, the person who owned 3 puzzles, and Xena don't like sushi.
The engineer, whose first name isn't Denis, wasn't the person who owned 3 puzzles.
Regoli isn't the optometrist.
The person who owned 14 puzzles is not named Clemens.
The person who owned 20 puzzles,and the optometrist have known each other for years.
Denis isn't O'Neal
Place a N in any square that is a definite "no" and a Y in any square that is a definite "yes". I give up!