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@ 2016-09-18 9:49 AM (#21941 - in reply to #21928) (#21941) Top

lakshmisv



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lakshmisv posted @ 2016-09-18 9:49 AM

I am not clear what the difference between platinum tickets and gold tickets are
https://www.payumoney.com/events/#/buyTickets/indiansudokuleague16
Please clarify
@ 2016-09-18 2:15 PM (#21942 - in reply to #21848) (#21942) Top

vijaya_rajan



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vijaya_rajan posted @ 2016-09-18 2:15 PM

Can you please give a few tips on how to solve Quadruple variant ?
@ 2016-09-20 12:16 PM (#21955 - in reply to #21941) (#21955) Top

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rvarun posted @ 2016-09-20 12:16 PM

lakshmisv - 2016-09-18 9:49 AM

I am not clear what the difference between platinum tickets and gold tickets are
https://www.payumoney.com/events/#/buyTickets/indiansudokuleague16
Please clarify


Hi. I assume the following. Prasanna can correct me if I am wrong.

There are three online rounds and a fourth offline round. The fourth offline round can also be taken online with a delay of one week. This is for people who cannot attend the round in person.

Platinum - Three online rounds plus fourth offline round
Gold - Three online rounds plus fourth round as online with a week's delay
@ 2016-09-21 11:22 AM (#21961 - in reply to #21942) (#21961) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-09-21 11:22 AM

vijaya_rajan - 2016-09-18 2:15 PM

Can you please give a few tips on how to solve Quadruple variant ?


I think we can guide you better if you post where you are stuck on a particular Quadruple (for instance, if you are stuck in the one provided in the sample booklet, share an image here of the point you are stuck at).
@ 2016-09-21 11:22 AM (#21962 - in reply to #21955) (#21962) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-09-21 11:22 AM

rvarun - 2016-09-20 12:16 PM

lakshmisv - 2016-09-18 9:49 AM

I am not clear what the difference between platinum tickets and gold tickets are
https://www.payumoney.com/events/#/buyTickets/indiansudokuleague16
Please clarify


Hi. I assume the following. Prasanna can correct me if I am wrong.

There are three online rounds and a fourth offline round. The fourth offline round can also be taken online with a delay of one week. This is for people who cannot attend the round in person.

Platinum - Three online rounds plus fourth offline round
Gold - Three online rounds plus fourth round as online with a week's delay


This is correct. Note that the people who opt to take online will only get scored on basis of first 3 rounds.
@ 2016-09-21 4:06 PM (#21963 - in reply to #21962) (#21963) Top

sanket.saxena



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sanket.saxena posted @ 2016-09-21 4:06 PM

Hi Prasanna ... which kind of ticket we have from both of the options?
@ 2016-09-27 9:35 PM (#21978 - in reply to #21963) (#21978) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-09-27 9:35 PM

sanket.saxena - 2016-09-21 4:06 PM

Hi Prasanna ... which kind of ticket we have from both of the options?


For early registrations platinum was the default option. The other option came up as we raised the cost.
@ 2016-10-10 6:23 PM (#22034 - in reply to #21848) (#22034) Top

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rajkumar09 posted @ 2016-10-10 6:23 PM

HELLO
@ 2016-12-01 9:03 PM (#22122 - in reply to #21846) (#22122) Top

sunderramanv



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sunderramanv posted @ 2016-12-01 9:03 PM

With reference to Round 1, For users who are solving online, do they also need to fill the "Answer Keys"
@ 2016-12-01 9:24 PM (#22123 - in reply to #22122) (#22123) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-12-01 9:24 PM

sunderramanv - 2016-12-01 9:03 PM

With reference to Round 1, For users who are solving online, do they also need to fill the "Answer Keys"


No, the two are separate choices, paper mode and online mode. Answer keys is only for paper mode.
@ 2016-12-01 10:33 PM (#22124 - in reply to #21848) (#22124) Top

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kurosaki posted @ 2016-12-01 10:33 PM

Is there pencil and pen input method for online solvers?
@ 2016-12-01 11:33 PM (#22126 - in reply to #21848) (#22126) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-12-01 11:33 PM

An International player wanted to participate, so if anyone else is interested, this is possible. There is a fee of 10 Euros (or 11 dollars) which you can transfer via paypal to my email (prasanna16391@gmail.com). This is a highly beginner friendly competition. The registrations are open (for Indians too) till 10 AM IST on 5th December. If anyone does pay the fee, please drop me an email too with your LMI ID so that I can add it to the allowed participants list.
@ 2016-12-01 11:34 PM (#22127 - in reply to #22124) (#22127) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-12-01 11:34 PM

kurosaki - 2016-12-01 10:33 PM

Is there pencil and pen input method for online solvers?


Yes. Please read FAQ - http://logicmastersindia.com/forum/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=381 and try the Demo to familiarize yourself with the interface - http://logicmastersindia.com/2016/ISKL_Demo/
@ 2016-12-02 7:02 AM (#22128 - in reply to #21848) (#22128) Top

aditi2302



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aditi2302 posted @ 2016-12-02 7:02 AM

Are there any bonus points for finishing early?
@ 2016-12-02 8:37 AM (#22129 - in reply to #22128) (#22129) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-12-02 8:37 AM

aditi2302 - 2016-12-02 7:02 AM

Are there any bonus points for finishing early?


Yes. 1 point per minute saved. Its been added on the submission page.
@ 2016-12-02 8:54 AM (#22130 - in reply to #22127) (#22130) Top

auroux



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auroux posted @ 2016-12-02 8:54 AM

prasanna16391 - 2016-12-01 10:34 AM
kurosaki - 2016-12-01 10:33 PMIs there pencil and pen input method for online solvers?
Yes. Please read FAQ - http://logicmastersindia.com/forum/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=381 and try the Demo to familiarize yourself with the interface - http://logicmastersindia.com/2016/ISKL_Demo/
Prasanna, unless I am mistaken I think you meant to answer "No". The flash interface for online solving is very confusing to me, but I don't see any pen input method where one fills in the grid by drawing on the screen with a pen.

For pen input, my suggestion would be to download the PDF as for paper solving -- then solve by drawing over the PDF in your favorite software for doing this kind of thing (beware the PDF is password-encrypted, your PDF annotator must handle that or you must be able to decrypt it using other PDF software then send it to your pen annotation software), then enter the answer keys into the LMI form for paper solvers.
Denis

Edited by auroux 2016-12-02 8:54 AM

@ 2016-12-02 9:05 AM (#22131 - in reply to #21848) (#22131) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-12-02 9:05 AM

Hi Denis,

The LMI interface has the feature of candidate marking, which is what I assumed is meant by pen and pencil input (i.e. two different kinds of markings). Is there some other meaning here I am missing?
@ 2016-12-02 11:25 AM (#22133 - in reply to #21848) (#22133) Top

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shera90 posted @ 2016-12-02 11:25 AM

I had made mistake in some sudokus, but corrected it later. Still some some points have been deducted. Why is that so ?
@ 2016-12-02 11:33 AM (#22136 - in reply to #22133) (#22136) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-12-02 11:33 AM

shera90 - 2016-12-02 11:25 AM

I had made mistake in some sudokus, but corrected it later. Still some some points have been deducted. Why is that so ?


I noted in an email earlier that points will be deducted. This should be obvious, since otherwise you can just randomly try out 9-digit series non stop. You get 90% points for one incorrect submission, 70 for two, 40 for three and 0 for four. I have sent a mail out to participants now confirming this.
@ 2016-12-02 11:54 AM (#22137 - in reply to #21848) (#22137) Top

shijumuzhangil



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shijumuzhangil posted @ 2016-12-02 11:54 AM

Hi Am not seeing any puzzle on my scree please help me!
@ 2016-12-02 12:05 PM (#22138 - in reply to #21848) (#22138) Top

shijumuzhangil



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shijumuzhangil posted @ 2016-12-02 12:05 PM

Hi I am new to this. Please help me how to play?
@ 2016-12-02 2:21 PM (#22139 - in reply to #21848) (#22139) Top

shijumuzhangil



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shijumuzhangil posted @ 2016-12-02 2:21 PM

Is that possible to submit after 90 mins? I have completed online and did not submit last 5 puzzles.......!?
@ 2016-12-02 3:00 PM (#22140 - in reply to #22139) (#22140) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-12-02 3:00 PM

shijumuzhangil - 2016-12-02 2:21 PM

Is that possible to submit after 90 mins? I have completed online and did not submit last 5 puzzles.......!?


No, you can only submit for 90 minutes. Its not a necessity to submit all puzzles. The individual puzzle points will decide your score, and it is displayed on the score page - http://logicmastersindia.com/2016/ISKL_Dec4/score.asp
@ 2016-12-02 4:13 PM (#22142 - in reply to #21848) (#22142) Top

aditi2302



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aditi2302 posted @ 2016-12-02 4:13 PM

This round was pretty easy and is perfect for beginners. Lovely sudokus. I enjoyed this round a lot.
@ 2016-12-02 8:16 PM (#22143 - in reply to #22131) (#22143) Top

auroux



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auroux posted @ 2016-12-02 8:16 PM

prasanna16391 - 2016-12-01 8:05 PMHi Denis,The LMI interface has the feature of candidate marking, which is what I assumed is meant by pen and pencil input (i.e. two different kinds of markings). Is there some other meaning here I am missing?
Yes: I like many others have a tablet computer with a pen, and find it much more pleasant to solve puzzles by writing with a pen on top of the puzzle (like one would solve on paper, but paper-less) than by entering numbers with an on-screen keyboard (or plugging in an external keyboard). I am not sure what the original poster meant, but I understood "pen input" to mean this. Though "pencil and pen" could actually mean what you understood. I am not sure what the intent was.

Edited by auroux 2016-12-02 8:17 PM
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