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Subject: Somewhere Over the Rainbow @ 2013-01-12 10:30 PM (#9444) (#9444) Top


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Subject: Light Read #4 – The Chinese Formula @ 2014-12-20 9:26 AM (#17582 - in reply to #9444) (#17582) Top


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In London 2009, at the World Memory Championship, Wang Feng surprised the field with a solid debut performance finishing at 5th place. This definitely got China conferring and in 2010, China auctioned off the rights to host 3 years of the World Memory Championships. Believing this would create a boom of Chinese mental athletes and … Continue reading


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Subject: Season’s Greetings @ 2014-12-30 7:00 PM (#17583 - in reply to #9444) (#17583) Top


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Sorry, no Christmas tree puzzles from me. I want to spend this post summing up 2014 and give a brief outline of plans for next year. I keep my personal life a good distance from this blog, so you can guarantee that no ramblings about life in general will be seen. On that note, academically … Continue reading


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Subject: From PDF to book @ 2015-01-03 9:40 AM (#17584 - in reply to #9444) (#17584) Top


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First post in 2015! Did you have a nice holiday? I surely did not since this academic year overlapped New Year’s Day so my countdown was a rather miserable experience. One of many resolutions for me is to finally find time to plough through old puzzles from the internet. With the digital age in full swing, … Continue reading


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Subject: Let’s go dig fossils @ 2015-01-07 9:32 AM (#17585 - in reply to #9444) (#17585) Top


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Announcing the first event for 2015, boy do I have a lot planned for this year. Hoping most of them actually escape to see the light of day. Sudoku fans can rejoice as this event is jam-packed with a lot of tasty sudokus. This is the first time that the event is a collaborative effort. … Continue reading


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Subject: Tracing back the Sudoku Mammoth @ 2015-01-15 11:15 PM (#17586 - in reply to #9444) (#17586) Top


Link to original post : Tracing back the Sudoku Mammoth

Starting 2015 with SOTR’s first sudoku event: Rumour has it that 29,500 years ago, the Sudoku Mammoth (Mammuthus sudoticus) walked the earth. Using the latest technology, scientists have made a riveting discovery! The patterns on the fur of the Sudoku Mammoth looked suspiciously familiar. The puzzle experts of SOTR were consulted and together, they have … Continue reading


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Subject: Final week for Sudoku Excavation @ 2015-02-08 1:40 PM (#17659 - in reply to #9444) (#17659) Top


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We are now approaching the final week of Sudoku Excavation. If you are still out there digging in Tamziania, you have a few days left to go. All submissions that I have received thus far are replied with a confirmation e-mail. Apologies for late replies, I’m usually much more active online than this, so these … Continue reading


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Subject: Results of Sudoku Excavation @ 2015-02-15 1:52 PM (#17684 - in reply to #9444) (#17684) Top


Link to original post : Results of Sudoku Excavation

One month just flew by didn’t it? 28 solvers headed out to Tamziania, dug up fossil pieces, assembled the Sudoku Mammoth and eventually conquered the mighty beast. Here is the list of solvers in the order of submission: Swaroop Guggilam, Fred Stadler, Stefan Tomlins, Zoran Tanasic, Oliver Rubio, Antonis Lalatsas, Branko Ceranic, Alexandre Valerie, Nikola … Continue reading


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Subject: Post-excavation #1 @ 2015-02-24 7:32 PM (#17761 - in reply to #9444) (#17761) Top


Link to original post : Post-excavation #1

All the Sudoku Excavation pages at the menu have been taken down. You can still get the puzzles here: Large 9×9 puzzles Small 6×6 puzzles Solvers were asked to guess the authors of the puzzles, scoring points by doing so. Here’s a rule of thumb: if the sudoku is of a math-related variant, contains little … Continue reading


Posted in Testing, Sudoku Excavation
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Subject: Post Excavation #2 @ 2015-03-04 7:40 PM (#17805 - in reply to #9444) (#17805) Top


Link to original post : Post Excavation #2

Many solvers made a comment on the Killer Sudoku – either it was unreasonably hard or it was one of the most beautiful puzzles they have ever solved. Couldn’t tell whether you did the right thing, huh? I met up with Sinchai at the annual Thailand Puzzle Open last month and we went through the … Continue reading


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Subject: Cranium-Crushing Tapa @ 2015-04-01 5:33 PM (#18143 - in reply to #9444) (#18143) Top


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The hardest Tapa ever written. You have been warned.


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Subject: Re: Somewhere Over the Rainbow @ 2015-05-12 8:33 AM (#18282 - in reply to #9444) (#18282) Top




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Manually posting here.
I'm running an event from today until 8th June.
Details at the link.

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Subject: Re: Somewhere Over the Rainbow @ 2016-10-05 9:58 AM (#22002 - in reply to #9444) (#22002) Top




Posts: 142
1002020
Location: Thailand
https://roygbivpuzzles.wordpress.com/2016/09/30/nikoli-hurdles-4-beg...

New event over at SOTR for those who are interested.
8 puzzles to be solved in order - and one lucky winner wins a Nikoli puzzle book.
Entries can be made until 29th October.

See you there!
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