| Classics - 26th - 29th Jan 2018 - Puzzle Ramayan & IPC Qualifier|
|LMI Tests -> Puzzle Ramayan||55 posts • Page 3 of 3 • 1 2 3|
greenhorn - 2018-01-30 12:56 AM
The (earlier?) deadline of PR surprised me a lot. I know I am stupid and reading instructions is the hardest puzzle for me, but usually the contest is open until morning (in Europe). Besides that, I believe that one hour would be enough for me (as the contest page informed me that the competition will be over in 60 minutes), but nevermind, maybe next time...
tamz29 - 2018-01-30 1:12 AM
With about 30 minutes to go, it didn't let me start the test :(
I thought you could start from when the test had <90 mins to go - and still get 90 mins for the test.
Oh well. Next season :(
Sad to miss out on your participation in PR1.
The contest timings were from Friday 0000 to Monday 2359 IST. You could have seen the exact times on the contest page. If there was confusion it was not intended. However, based on the above feedback, we shall be having the future contests for SM and PR open till 12pm IST on Tuesday (extra 12 hours) - So you can start the test till 1159 IST / 0629 GMT, and still get full 90 minutes.
And, you are welcome to participate in the next tests in February, instead of waiting till next season.
chaotic_iak - 2018-01-28 8:10 PM
... But even with easy puzzles, I believe one can still make interesting puzzles. Some of the puzzles are really repetitive (those I mentioned); I'm pretty sure it's still possible to tweak them to be much less repetitive, while staying easy and interesting.
Thanks for the suggestions! We will try to make the future episodes more interesting and less repetitive.
|Congratulations to Endo Ken (the current World Puzzle Champion), Tomoya Kimura, Walker Anderson and Ryusuke Nishiyama for taking the top four places. They all finished the contest in less than 30 minutes overall. |
Amongst Indian participants, Congratulations to Prasanna Seshadri, Amit Sowani and Swaroop Guggilam for taking the top 3 places.
Of the 200 participants, 41 were from India, 27 from Japan (5 of the top 6 are from Japan) and 22 from USA. Panthini (India) was the first to start the test while Victoria I Perez (Cuba) was the last person to start the test. 91 participants completed the set within the allotted time. The median score of the test was 89.7.
Thanks Rohan Rao for the puzzles!
Participants may share feedback on the results page and rate the puzzles on the contest page.
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This was my first puzzle test on LMI and I really enjoyed it.Thanks to Rohan for an enjoyable,easy set that was encouraging to a beginner.
As to the answer keys,they were quite confusing.I made three answer key errors and entering them,in general,took away a lot of time.To be more specific,the answer key format for Tents atleast, wasnt optimal,in my opinion.
Apart from that,I really enjoyed the test.
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