The question "Did anyone guess the correct number of "Yes" answers?" is always asked. To prevent uncomfortable "outings", there are two exceptions when asking if anyone's guess is off by one number that could be followed.
1. If there is exactly 1 "yes" answer in "the results"
Only players that guessed one or two reveal/flip over their voting dials and move their marker. Players that guessed 0 "Yes" answers DO NOT reveal their voting dials or score points.
Example: There is exactly one "Yes" answer. First the question if anyone guessed one is asked. The blue player set his voting dial to 1 and he advances two spaces on the game board.
Next, the question if anyone guessed two is asked. Those players advance one space on the game board. Players that set their dials to 0 don't say anything and do not reveal their vote. I
f a player's dial is set at 0, it implies that that player answered "No".
2. If there is exactly one less "yes" answer than the number of players
Only players who guessed correctly and one "Yes" answer less than the revealed number, move forward.
Example: In a 7-player game, six "Yes" answers are revealed. First the question if anyone guessed six is asked, nobody responds.
Then the question if anyone guessed five is asked, two players set their voting dials to the number 5.
They each advance one space on the game board. Players that set their dial to the number 7, don't say anything and do not reveal their vote. If a player set their dial to number 7, it implies that that player answered "Yes".