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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-22 2:04 AM (#4470 - in reply to #4380) (#4470) Top




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akash.doulani - 2011-05-12 11:57 AM

i would like to make one suggestion to the organisers. it would be really helpful if you could publish the ib two weeks before as the last 2 to 3 days some of us would be travelling so we would not get anytime to practice.


Sudoku types are posted - http://logicmastersindia.com/ISC2011/finals.asp

Please use this thread for any questions. Do NOT open separate threads.
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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-23 7:42 PM (#4490 - in reply to #2875) (#4490) Top





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Hi,
I have qualified for the IPC - 2011 finals. I have received the confirmation E-mail too.
I have not participated in ISC-2011 preliminary round, but according to the E-mail received it says I can participate in both the events finals, so the E-mail I have received is enough for both the events finals or Do I need to receive another E-mail for sudoku finals?.

Thanks
Ravi.
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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-23 7:43 PM (#4491 - in reply to #4490) (#4491) Top




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One email is enough.
utkaarsh
Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-23 8:52 PM (#4492 - in reply to #2875) (#4492) Top




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guys, any local from bangalore can suggest a decent 3/4 star hotel around the area of drdo complex, if any body has planned a place already pls share
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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-24 8:48 AM (#4494 - in reply to #4492) (#4494) Top




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utkaarsh - 2011-05-23 8:52 PM

guys, any local from bangalore can suggest a decent 3/4 star hotel around the area of drdo complex, if any body has planned a place already pls share



There are no hotels in the CV Raman Nagar area. But there are couple of Service Appartments. Find the details below:

1) 16 Squares - 9980131773
http://www.16squares.com/locc.asp
Located behind Big Bazaar, Old Madras Road
Cost is about 2000 + tax (for this rate, give my reference - Name and the event) The room would be two seater. If you go for single occupancy, the cost would be 2000 + tax.
This one is quite close to the venue. Might be about 15 minutes walking distance from the venue.


2) Sweet Crystal Homes - 9448677065, 9080942040
http://www.sweetcrystalhomes.com/
Apartment Samitha Ritz
Located near Big Bazaar, Old Madras Road
Cost about 1500 + Tax per room. Room is two seater.
This one is just 5 minutes walking distance from the venue.

I have already negotiated the deal. So you can go ahead and book. You can contact me at 9886216066.
utkaarsh
Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-24 7:17 PM (#4502 - in reply to #2875) (#4502) Top




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Guys can please some one explain the Odd length sudoku, it says the number outside equals maximum length of consecutive odd digits , so for C1 (3-5 have 4 boxes in between them, but for C6, it is not holding true ....) pls enlighten
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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-24 8:20 PM (#4503 - in reply to #4502) (#4503) Top



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utkaarsh - 2011-05-24 7:17 PM

Guys can please some one explain the Odd length sudoku, it says the number outside equals maximum length of consecutive odd digits , so for C1 (3-5 have 4 boxes in between them, but for C6, it is not holding true ....) pls enlighten
I'm not sure I'm looking at same image as you are, but there is no constraint on C6.
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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-24 8:24 PM (#4504 - in reply to #4502) (#4504) Top



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utkaarsh - 2011-05-24 7:17 PM

Guys can please some one explain the Odd length sudoku, it says the number outside equals maximum length of consecutive odd digits , so for C1 (3-5 have 4 boxes in between them, but for C6, it is not holding true ....) pls enlighten

I re-read your statement, and I think you don't understand the instruction.
Number 4 outside C1 means in C1 there will be at least one set of 4 consecutive cells all having odd digits. There can't be a set of 5 consecutive cells all having odd digits.

Check Row 8, the hints outside is 3. So There will be at least one set of 3 consecutive cells all having odd digits. There can't be a set of 4 (or 5) consecutive cells all having odd digits.
utkaarsh
Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-24 8:52 PM (#4505 - in reply to #4502) (#4505) Top




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true it was c7 and not c6

Edited by utkaarsh 2011-05-24 8:58 PM
utkaarsh
Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-24 8:55 PM (#4506 - in reply to #4505) (#4506) Top




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Thanks deb the word consectuive cells clarified it to me,
earlier it sounded like max lenght between any two consecutve odd digits ( like 1-3, 3-5 ...) like distance sudoku
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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-25 3:08 PM (#4512 - in reply to #4506) (#4512) Top



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Deb,

In the number search+classic, can a given be a part of the search string??

Rishi
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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-25 3:31 PM (#4513 - in reply to #4512) (#4513) Top



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purifire - 2011-05-25 3:08 PM

Deb,

In the number search+classic, can a given be a part of the search string??

Rishi

Yes.
rakesh_rai
Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-27 6:34 PM (#4524 - in reply to #2875) (#4524) Top



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In the number search+classic,

(1) Can any of the number strings appear more than once on THE number search grid? Or, should they appear exactly once each?
(2) For THE classic grid, can some (but not all) of the number strings still show up?

In the multiplication sudoku,

Can a number repeat in the 2x2 box e.g. 4x6=24. I guess the rules allow that, but still asking....to be doubly sure

Edited by rakesh_rai 2011-05-27 6:38 PM
utkaarsh
Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-27 7:21 PM (#4525 - in reply to #4524) (#4525) Top




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About the format,
These four rounds will be the only rounds and the winner will be by scores or there will be semis/playoffs after these rounds
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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-27 7:33 PM (#4526 - in reply to #4524) (#4526) Top



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rakesh_rai - 2011-05-27 6:34 PM

In the number search+classic,

(1) Can any of the number strings appear more than once on THE number search grid? Or, should they appear exactly once each?
(2) For THE classic grid, can some (but not all) of the number strings still show up?

In the multiplication sudoku,

Can a number repeat in the 2x2 box e.g. 4x6=24. I guess the rules allow that, but still asking....to be doubly sure

1) In Number Search grid, same number sequence may appear multiple times.
2) Some of the number sequences may be found in the Classic grid. But not ALL of them can be found in the Classic grid.

3) In multiplication Sudoku digits are allowed to repeat (4X6=24 or 2X6=12) as long as they don't violate classic sudoku rules.
debmohanty
Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-27 7:34 PM (#4527 - in reply to #4525) (#4527) Top



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utkaarsh - 2011-05-27 7:21 PM

About the format,
These four rounds will be the only rounds and the winner will be by scores or there will be semis/playoffs after these rounds
There is no semis/playoffs.
If anyone is having concerns about that, they should post in forum.
utkaarsh
Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-27 9:42 PM (#4528 - in reply to #4527) (#4528) Top




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I think this is ideal than having playoffs
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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-28 12:24 AM (#4531 - in reply to #4528) (#4531) Top




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utkaarsh - 2011-05-27 9:42 PM

Either case I am fine, if it's fair for all.
This format is likely to reward consistent players, as it is you guys are more experienced in handling this
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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-28 12:26 AM (#4532 - in reply to #4528) (#4532) Top




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utkaarsh - 2011-05-27 9:42 PM

If need you can take a poll from other users
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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-28 1:03 AM (#4533 - in reply to #4532) (#4533) Top



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Utkaarsh - thanks for your views. Even I feel similarly.
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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-28 7:48 PM (#4554 - in reply to #2875) (#4554) Top




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Having all players for all the rounds would be more fun I feel..
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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-30 1:10 AM (#4571 - in reply to #4527) (#4571) Top




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debmohanty - 2011-05-27 7:34 PM

utkaarsh - 2011-05-27 7:21 PM

About the format,
These four rounds will be the only rounds and the winner will be by scores or there will be semis/playoffs after these rounds
There is no semis/playoffs.
If anyone is having concerns about that, they should post in forum.


Need more playoff practice if we are to attend bangkok and singapore tournaments.

What the germans do is that the team is decided on the top 4 of the league rounds but the national champion is decided by the playoffs and finals.

Any specific reason for this format?
debmohanty
Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-30 5:03 AM (#4577 - in reply to #4571) (#4577) Top



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gauravkorde - 2011-05-30 1:10 AM
Need more playoff practice if we are to attend bangkok and singapore tournaments.

What the germans do is that the team is decided on the top 4 of the league rounds but the national champion is decided by the playoffs and finals.

Any specific reason for this format?


The purpose of IPC is to select team for WSC, not to provide practice for Bangkok and Singapore tournaments :-)

Here is one of many reasons - We can have at most 4 hours solving time (considering that lot of players are flying in and flying out same day). If we add playoffs and finals, it will take anywhere between 90~120 minutes. It is not fair that the so much time is reserved only for top x players.
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Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-31 12:12 AM (#4618 - in reply to #4577) (#4618) Top




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debmohanty - 2011-05-30 5:03 AM

gauravkorde - 2011-05-30 1:10 AM
Need more playoff practice if we are to attend bangkok and singapore tournaments.

What the germans do is that the team is decided on the top 4 of the league rounds but the national champion is decided by the playoffs and finals.

Any specific reason for this format?


The purpose of IPC is to select team for WSC, not to provide practice for Bangkok and Singapore tournaments :-)

Here is one of many reasons - We can have at most 4 hours solving time (considering that lot of players are flying in and flying out same day). If we add playoffs and finals, it will take anywhere between 90~120 minutes. It is not fair that the so much time is reserved only for top x players.


Fair enough. I dont have any idea about any of the commercials or any other constraints. Sorry that my contribution has been nil this year.
akash.doulani
Subject: Re: Indian Sudoku Championship - 2011 @ 2011-05-31 5:47 PM (#4628 - in reply to #2875) (#4628) Top


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could someone please tell from where do we find examples of kropki , xv and average sudoku
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