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Archive for September 30th, 2011

Independent 7,787/Phi

Posted by Ali on 30th September 2011


If you went looking for the Indy puzzle online this morning or tried to download it using a mobile app (as I did), you may well have found a Glowworm puzzle, or absolutely nothing. I was a bit flummoxed by the odd number of the online puzzle, so decided to grab a copy of the paper just in case. Looks like there was an error online (now corrected I see), as it was of course a Phi.

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Financial Times 13,812 / Falcon

Posted by Gaufrid on 30th September 2011


A very straightforward puzzle from Falcon today which took far longer to blog than it did to solve. The only obscurity, for me, was the Agatha Christie novel in 26dn but it didn’t take long to find confirmation in Wikipedia.

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Guardian 25,441 – Gordius

Posted by Andrew on 30th September 2011


A typical Gordius, with some nice ideas but sometimes flawed by inaccurate or clumsy execution, though my opinion may be coloured by having had to solve it (and write this) in rather a rush. Maybe kinder thoughts will prevail in the comments..

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