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Hybrids - 11th - 16th June 2021 - Sudoku Mahabharat & ISC Qualifier 2021
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Subject: Re: Hybrids - 11th - 16th June 2021 - Sudoku Mahabharat & ISC Qualifier 2021 @ 2021-06-13 1:09 PM (#29383 - in reply to #29382) (#29383) Top



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lakshmisv - 2021-06-13 11:30 AM

I had a crazy problem - the pdf shows penpa link of both the first and second sudokus as the same. The third sudoku pointed to a different page. Pls check
Penpa links for first two are different (Small f and CAPITAL F). The third sudoku link points to the correct sudoku - I just re-checked. Did anyone else face this issue?
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Subject: Re: Hybrids - 11th - 16th June 2021 - Sudoku Mahabharat & ISC Qualifier 2021 @ 2021-06-13 1:19 PM (#29384 - in reply to #29383) (#29384) Top


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(Second) Sudoku Booklet now available


A second password protected Puzzle Booklet has been made available at 13:15 PM on 13 June.

Link for the Booklet: Click here
- There are no changes in the sudoku grids themselves
- There are changes in the shading of arrow lines (11,12), thermo shapes (17,18) and odd even cells (9,10). The odd even shaded cells are also outlined with black colour.
- There are no changes to the penpa links for online solving.

This PDF is expected to be useful for participants with printers which do not print lighter shades well.

mandourin
Subject: Re: Hybrids - 11th - 16th June 2021 - Sudoku Mahabharat & ISC Qualifier 2021 @ 2021-06-13 7:15 PM (#29385 - in reply to #29356) (#29385) Top




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A great set again. I loved Arrow Palindrome. My favorite was Coded Consecutive Pairs 6x6.
TiiT
Subject: Re: Hybrids - 11th - 16th June 2021 - Sudoku Mahabharat & ISC Qualifier 2021 @ 2021-06-13 7:42 PM (#29386 - in reply to #29356) (#29386) Top




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Thank you for the effort of making another version of the puzzle booklet. I really appreciate that you were willing to do it, although it would have been also ok if you didn't do it. It definitely was helpful when I solved odd-even puzzles and at start it was excellent. The gridlines of toroidals were pretty fat though - but no problems in there, it was nicely solvable and it didn't bother me. But arrows and thermos were still basically missing. There was something visible, but it was impossible to tell where they situated - so I did redraw all of them.

After the competition I also downloaded the 1-st version of puzzle-booklet and printed the thermo out and the gray was completely missing from that page.

It made me rethink - maybe there must be something wrong with my printer or settings. I took files from different competitions (earlier GP rounds, some national championships which I tested earlier and WSC files which I have and some other files I have) and printed out puzzles with arrows, palindromes, thermos, shaded cells, ... ... and all of them are perfect. All the gray is perfectly visible in all the pages I printed out.
It just cannot be my problem and I have no idea why the gray from LMI competitions doesn't print.

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But the puzzles were really nice and enjoyable. I found them pretty challenging, but they are very nicely constructed. I enjoyed the whole set.
P.S. The classics were very easy this time and it was possible to get the answer keys pretty early. There are significant blank cells left in those pages with classics.

TiiT

Edited by TiiT 2021-06-13 7:43 PM
lakshmisv
Subject: Re: Hybrids - 11th - 16th June 2021 - Sudoku Mahabharat & ISC Qualifier 2021 @ 2021-06-14 9:36 AM (#29387 - in reply to #29383) (#29387) Top




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Thanks Rakesh. I guess I must have done something equally silly with the third link which is why I got that crazy response!
harmeet
Subject: Re: Hybrids - 11th - 16th June 2021 - Sudoku Mahabharat & ISC Qualifier 2021 @ 2021-06-14 1:19 PM (#29389 - in reply to #29356) (#29389) Top


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Very good set of puzzles Gaurav. The 6x6 coded pairs stood out for me. Other awesome creations were ER Thermo 9x9 and Little Killer-Outside 9x9. Thank you!
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Subject: Re: Hybrids - 11th - 16th June 2021 - Sudoku Mahabharat & ISC Qualifier 2021 @ 2021-06-16 8:24 PM (#29395 - in reply to #29356) (#29395) Top


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Contest Extension


This contest is extended by 22 hours and shall be open officially till Thursday 10:00 PM IST (17th June).
(Participants must start the test before 9:59 PM on 17th June.)

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Subject: Re: Hybrids - 11th - 16th June 2021 - Sudoku Mahabharat & ISC Qualifier 2021 @ 2021-06-17 11:44 PM (#29398 - in reply to #29395) (#29398) Top


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Thanks to the 335 participants, and the 52 finishers.

Congratulations to Kota Morinishi, Endo Ken and Jakub Ondrousek for taking the top 3 spots.

Exceptional performance from Kota!

Also, Congratulations to Prasanna Seshadri, James Peter and Kishore Kumar for taking the top three spots from India.

Thanks to Gaurav Kumar Jain for authoring this round! Excellent creations in the hybrid genre. Extra Regions 9x9 was the least (correctly) submitted grid. Surprisingly both coded consecutive pairs also had less correct submissions.

Those who missed taking part in this test can still take this test unofficially.

gaurav.kjain
Subject: Re: Hybrids - 11th - 16th June 2021 - Sudoku Mahabharat & ISC Qualifier 2021 @ 2021-06-19 8:15 PM (#29409 - in reply to #29398) (#29409) Top


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Thanks to all the participants. This is slightly different type of hybrids than usually seen, Most struggle in 6x6 consecutive pairs-coded, but it is very easy after getting possible A and F coded values [34]. Congratulations to the winners and specially Kota who just sprinted through. Special mention to James Peter, who took 2nd place among Indian participants and look very promising.
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