| Casual and Word - 11th-15th May- Puzzle Ramayan and IPC Qualifier|
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|I enjoyed the test very much. I wonder if there will be a solutions book. I am stuck finding one of the 54 triangles. Thanks.|
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Administrator - 2018-05-16 3:54 AM
Congratulations to Neil Zussman, Walker Anderson, Bram de Laat and James McGowan for taking the top four places. And, a special mention for Ivan Koswara, who got the highest number of puzzles correct (20).
Among Indian participants, Congratulations to Prasanna Seshadri, Amit Sowani and Rohan Rao for taking the top 3 places.
Thanks to the 165 participants. Anzhi Liu (China) was the first to take the test while Anubhav Balodhi (India) was the last person to take the test. The median score of the test was 38.
Thanks Rakesh Rai for the puzzles, and all participants who provided valuable feedback.
Participants may share feedback on the results page and rate the puzzles on the contest page.
Very pleased and definitely surprised to get my first LMI win (unless I've forgotten something!) :-) Thanks to Rakesh for the test.
I don't think I have any comments that haven't already been said. I didn't like the Arithmetic Square twist. I think having letters is fine, but having the same letters take the same values across both puzzles was a bit weird, because usually you expect different puzzles to solve completely independently of each other. Until I solved it, I wasn't 100% sure I understood the rules correctly, so I can empathise with any non-native English speakers who were even more confused.
Eugene Porter - 2018-05-17 10:11 PM
I enjoyed the test very much. I wonder if there will be a solutions book. I am stuck finding one of the 54 triangles. Thanks.
There will be a solutions booklet by Saturday. However, we are not planning to include all triangles or knight paths there. To answer your query, we will try to provide a break-up of the 54 triangles for puzzle #2 separately.
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|Oh, yeah. The fact that there is extra text in PB is a bad thing because some non-native English speakers might first translate the IB to their own language or something to get more understanding. Extra text added to PB means they have to understand the extra text first, which can be a problem for some people that are not fluent in English. |
I don't think I have any concern about puzzles being related now, considering that some puzzles in other tests (e.g. WPC) might have multiple grids and also partial points for solving grids, effectively making them "related puzzles" too; the only difference being the multiple grids being numbered as a single puzzle there but multiple puzzles here.
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