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Archive for October 5th, 2010

Independent 7,479/Math

Posted by Ali on 5th October 2010


Looking back over the year, this seems to be only the 4th Math puzzle we’ve had in 2010. If last year’s stats are anything to go by, we should be due two more before the year’s out. Which is very good news for all concerned, as Math’s puzzles are consistently great. The brilliant anagram at 15D is worth the entry fee alone here, and 5D is excellent. A tough puzzle overall I thought, but hugely enjoyable.

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Guardian 25133 Paul – Do The Bossa Nova

Posted by Uncle Yap on 5th October 2010

Uncle Yap.

WOW! A follow-on from one of my favourite setters. I am indeed blessed. As to be expected, Paul combines linguistic intrigue with a generous sense of humour, making his puzzles so challenging, yet entertaining. I thoroughly enjoyed solving and blogging this one.

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Financial Times 13,508 / Neo

Posted by Agentzero on 5th October 2010


Some good stuff here; 2 down and 3 down are lovely discoveries. Read the rest of this entry »

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