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@ 2020-12-13 9:59 PM (#28613 - in reply to #27371) (#28613) Top

Bansalpooja.b



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Bansalpooja.b posted @ 2020-12-13 9:59 PM

Thank you to all the organisers and the authors for organizing such a flawless online event with such amazing sets of sudokus. Thoroughly enjoyed the whole of it.
Congratulations to all the winners.
@ 2020-12-14 3:21 AM (#28614 - in reply to #27371) (#28614) Top

mattender



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mattender posted @ 2020-12-14 3:21 AM

At least with way too many puzzles for the time limit (for my skill level) I was able to pick the ones I thought I'd be best at. Was ... 'mostly' right, but I did mess a few up. I have to say, the mechanism for distribution, timing, and submission with instant grading is pretty superb!
@ 2020-12-14 9:46 AM (#28617 - in reply to #27371) (#28617) Top

Venkatachalam V



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Venkatachalam V posted @ 2020-12-14 9:46 AM

I thoroughly enjoyed the event. Its first time and havent given five rounds in a stretch till now. Whatever I had solved, it had beautiful solve paths. I loved the Core sudoku in the last round, the way the loops interacted to get the numbers. Its a beautiful construction. solved or attempted maximum 5 or 6 sudokus in any round. So others must also be constructed with interesting logical solve paths. will try others leisurely.

Seeing these many sudokus in all the rounds, with the testing behind and some sudokus might have not been considered, cannot imagine how many would have been constructed and how much coordination was required to handle the event so smoothly. It really shows the backend effort.

Kudos to all the authors and organizers!!
@ 2020-12-14 10:25 AM (#28618 - in reply to #27371) (#28618) Top

lenson




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2020
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lenson posted @ 2020-12-14 10:25 AM

I enjoyed the event immensely. I am sure there was a lot of hard work put in by the organisers and the authors, and this effort is very much appreciated.
@ 2020-12-14 12:09 PM (#28619 - in reply to #27371) (#28619) Top

Anu G



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Country : India

Anu G posted @ 2020-12-14 12:09 PM

This was my first ISC and it was an extremely interesting day. The puzzles were great and the organizing was so smooth without any glitches. Big thanks to the puzzle creators and testers and the whole team of organizers! You deserve a great applause.
@ 2020-12-14 1:54 PM (#28620 - in reply to #27371) (#28620) Top

rekha_surana



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rekha_surana posted @ 2020-12-14 1:54 PM

how can I give online test or competition?
@ 2020-12-14 9:34 PM (#28621 - in reply to #27371) (#28621) Top

rajeshk




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rajeshk posted @ 2020-12-14 9:34 PM

Puzzles in this championship are of very good quality. Thanks to all the authors and organisers.
@ 2020-12-15 2:21 AM (#28622 - in reply to #27371) (#28622) Top

Administrator



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Administrator posted @ 2020-12-15 2:21 AM

Score Table


Scores for each round are now available in the "Results" link.

@ 2020-12-16 11:54 PM (#28626 - in reply to #27371) (#28626) Top

mattender



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mattender posted @ 2020-12-16 11:54 PM

Will there be some posting of the international/non-qualified-for-prizes scores? I'd enjoy seeing how I stacked up against other non-India folk, and don't actually know my own score, with the instant scoring being unavailable for round 5 (where I did one, but maybe it wasn't the right answer).
@ 2020-12-17 1:29 AM (#28627 - in reply to #28626) (#28627) Top

Administrator



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Administrator posted @ 2020-12-17 1:29 AM

LMI thanks all the international authors and test solvers for their valuable contribution to ISC 2020.

Thanks Cedomir Milanovic, Jan Novotny, Nikola Zivanovic, Tawan Sunathvanichkul, Bram De Laat, Branko Ceranic, Deyan Razsadov, Ken Endo, Tiit Vunk, Wang Weifan, Yanzhe Qiu and Yuhei Kusui!
@ 2020-12-17 3:29 PM (#28628 - in reply to #28626) (#28628) Top

khuski



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khuski posted @ 2020-12-17 3:29 PM

what about overall rankings?
@ 2020-12-17 10:20 PM (#28634 - in reply to #27371) (#28634) Top

Administrator



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Administrator posted @ 2020-12-17 10:20 PM

International Results


Final International (unofficial) results are now available.


@ 2020-12-22 7:59 AM (#28670 - in reply to #27371) (#28670) Top

vjain9



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2020
Country : India

vjain9 posted @ 2020-12-22 7:59 AM

Solution booklet
@ 2020-12-26 11:28 PM (#28707 - in reply to #28670) (#28707) Top

Administrator



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Administrator posted @ 2020-12-26 11:28 PM

The Solution Booklet is now available .
@ 2020-12-29 9:43 AM (#28716 - in reply to #27371) (#28716) Top

khuski



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khuski posted @ 2020-12-29 9:43 AM

Any certificate being given this year?
@ 2020-12-29 4:34 PM (#28719 - in reply to #28716) (#28719) Top

Administrator



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Administrator posted @ 2020-12-29 4:34 PM

Best Author 2020


Congratulations to Prasanna Seshadri for being declared the Best Author for SM1 (Standard).

@ 2021-01-01 7:10 PM (#28728 - in reply to #27371) (#28728) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2021-01-01 7:10 PM

A big thank you to everyone who participated in my round. I am glad you all liked it so much and am honoured :)
@ 2021-01-04 11:07 AM (#28744 - in reply to #27371) (#28744) Top

khuski



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khuski posted @ 2021-01-04 11:07 AM

Are certificates being given this year?
@ 2021-01-12 6:07 AM (#28799 - in reply to #27371) (#28799) Top

pbegbie



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pbegbie posted @ 2021-01-12 6:07 AM

I would like to play the puzzles, even though the competition has closed. I am receiving a message that the plug-in isn't working and I assume this is why I can't locate the password to open the puzzle booklet. Can the passwords be made available, please, or could someone kindly explain how I can access the puzzles? Many thanks.
@ 2021-01-16 1:44 PM (#28826 - in reply to #28716) (#28826) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2021-01-16 1:44 PM

khuski - 2020-12-29 9:43 AM

Any certificate being given this year?


Yes, but our priority has been to start the next year's contests because of how late the ISPC was held last year. Getting back on schedule is essential if we are to prepare towards a World Championship under normal schedules again.

Give us a little time.
@ 2021-01-17 9:21 PM (#28834 - in reply to #28826) (#28834) Top

khuski



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khuski posted @ 2021-01-17 9:21 PM

Thanks.

Any help required?
@ 2021-05-05 11:00 AM (#29250 - in reply to #28586) (#29250) Top

jsarwade



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jsarwade posted @ 2021-05-05 11:00 AM

It's April 2021. What about certificates /prizes for the year 2020?
@ 2021-05-09 7:27 PM (#29260 - in reply to #29250) (#29260) Top

anurodh1992



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anurodh1992 posted @ 2021-05-09 7:27 PM

kindly help for registration to classic sudoku championship...i am new here
@ 2021-10-03 2:50 PM (#29630 - in reply to #27371) (#29630) Top

Raveena



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Raveena posted @ 2021-10-03 2:50 PM

I am agree to start know game
@ 2021-10-25 1:07 PM (#29653 - in reply to #28604) (#29653) Top

jortegaa3289




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jortegaa3289 posted @ 2021-10-25 1:07 PM

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