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Archive for February 2nd, 2012

Financial Times no.13,917 by ALBERICH

Posted by Ringo on 2nd February 2012

Ringo.

A very enjoyable puzzle, this one, I thought. Plenty of variation, one or two devilish (possibly too devilish) devices, and I even learnt a new word. Thank-you, Alberich.

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Guardian 25,548 / Brummie

Posted by Eileen on 2nd February 2012

Eileen.

I thoroughly enjoyed this puzzle from Brummie – I just wish it had lasted longer! There is some clever, witty  cluing, with amusing surfaces, and a number of interesting references for me to look up.

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Independent 7,894 / Nestor

Posted by RatkojaRiku on 2nd February 2012

RatkojaRiku.

We have vintage Nestor on display this morning in a puzzle that truly showcases his brilliance as a compiler – and my lack of brilliance as a solver, alas.

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Financial Times 13,908 – Gaff

Posted by Sil van den Hoek on 2nd February 2012

Sil van den Hoek.

Monday Prize Crossword/ Jan 23

When the name of the setter is Gaff, there must be something going on in the world around us. Remember the Royal Wedding or Swan Upping?  The theme of this puzzle was rather obvious and not even thát cryptically clued in 10,29.  A puzzle full of dragons.

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Financial Times 13,907 by Cinephile

Posted by Pete Maclean on 2nd February 2012

Pete Maclean.

Prize puzzle from the Weekend FT of January 21, 2012

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