| Logic Masters 2014 Germany|
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|Logic Masters 2014 is now over. |
The offline finals were won by Ulrich Voigt, who defended his title and won his eight german championship. Second place goes to Florian Kirch, who won the preliminary rounds by a big margin of almost 200 points. Third place goes to Roland Voigt and fourth place to Martin Merker. This is also the GER-A-Team for the upcoming WPC (if they decide to take part, of course). Fifth place goes to Robert Vollmert who missed the finals by only one point.
For the online contests, I now have manually adjusted the points for Round 2 (Double Slitherlink) and also looked over all other scores. Special congratulations to James for finishing the Double Slitherlink and the Tinker Puzzle and to Hideaki Jo for finishing the Tinker Puzzle and the Hitori-Round. And a big thank you to all participants.
If you think you should get points for a puzzle which is now marked wrong, please send me a message until thursday.
After that, the tables will be finalized, and the contests can be started free again. Like every year, all puzzle files will also published without password protection, when the championship page is updated. (I don't know who will do it, and when.)
I've now reviewed the point claims and finalized the rankings. All contests can now be started freely. That means you can solve them just like the original contest and see your results afterwards. However, your solutions and scores will not be stored permanently, but will be automatically deleted after 24 hours.
This is one way to download the puzzles and get the password for the encrypted files. But we have also added all non-encrypted puzzle files, solutions, scores, pictures and so on to the championship page:
There is also a bonus puzzle ("Stechen") which would have been used in case of a tie after the preliminary rounds. It's a "Tapa Restauration" where exactly one clue number is missing in every clue cell.
Here is a combined ranking of rounds 1-8, the preliminary rounds. Please keep in mind, that not all competitors took part in all rounds. The list contains everybody who submitted at least one puzzle in one round. Minimum round score is set to 0.
Online- and offline-results are hardly comparable for various reasons, however, here are the results of the Top 10 german offline competitors:
Florian Kirch 2087
Ulrich Voigt 1916
Matrin Merker 1830
Roland Voigt 1739
Robert Volmert 1738
Philipp Weiß 1658
Sebastian Matschke 1612
Michael Ley 1593
Hartmut Seeber 1292
Michael Smit 1275
Thanks again to all competitors, we hope you had some fun with our puzzles. See you next year, or maybe in London.
Last thing I want to do is some promotion.
First, Robert Vollmert is sharing some preparation puzzles he made in his puzzle blog. THhere is also a big (and hard) Double Slitherlink made by him in our puzzle portal
Second, this weekend and until July 6th we have the "Berlin Stammtisch contest" on our website, which was created by some puzzlers from Berlin. It's kind of a marathon contest, but you have 24hours to solve it after you started the timer.
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|Thanks for placing these puzzles online. It was really fun to solve. My favorite round was definitely the 5th round, but all of them were pretty good.|
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