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Financial Times no.14,784 by Peto

Posted by Ringo on 20th November 2014

Ringo.

A good, neat, enjoyable puzzle from Peto.

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Financial Times 14,775 – Falcon

Posted by Sil van den Hoek on 20th November 2014

Sil van den Hoek.

Monday Prize Crossword/Nov 10

Very straightforward puzzle by Falcon, ideal for the less experienced but none the worse for that.

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Financial Times 14,774 by Mudd

Posted by Pete Maclean on 20th November 2014

Pete Maclean.

Prize puzzle from the Weekend FT of November 8, 2014

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Financial Times 14,783 by GAFF

Posted by PeeDee on 19th November 2014

PeeDee.

A very enjoyable puzzle from Gaff.

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Financial Times No. 14,782 by NEO

Posted by Bhavan on 18th November 2014

Bhavan.

Another Tuesday, another gentle start to the puzzle week at FT. Read the rest of this entry »

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Financial Times 14,779 by WANDERER

Posted by Turbolegs on 14th November 2014

Turbolegs.

Excellent offering from Rurouni (look it up!!) today. A rich variety of clues spanning the entire spectrum of easy write-ins and really difficult ones to crack. I made quick work of the top half and then went plodding through quicksand as I finished the lower half.

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Financial Times no.14,778 by Redshank

Posted by Ringo on 13th November 2014

Ringo.

A flawed masterpiece from the always-reliable Redshank.

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Financial Times 14,769 – Dante

Posted by Sil van den Hoek on 13th November 2014

Sil van den Hoek.

Monday Prize Crossword/Nov 3

After last week’s tour de force by Gaff, back to normal. Normal? I thought this puzzle was clearly at “the easier end of Dante’s spectrum”, that is, if there is such a thing. Others may disagree but I breezed through this at a, for me, unusually high speed.

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Financial Times 14,768 by Goliath

Posted by Pete Maclean on 13th November 2014

Pete Maclean.

Prize puzzle from the Weekend FT of November 1, 2014

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Financial Times 14,777 by CHALMIE

Posted by PeeDee on 12th November 2014

PeeDee.

An excellent puzzle, really good fun to solve.  I found this a good level of difficulty too, it was a satisfying solve without becoming a “struggle to the death” like the Wednesday slot can sometimes be.  Thanks Chalmie!

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Financial Times No. 14,776 JASON

Posted by Bhavan on 11th November 2014

Bhavan.

Good stuff from Jason… Read the rest of this entry »

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Financial Times 14,773 by BRADMAN

Posted by Turbolegs on 7th November 2014

Turbolegs.

A familiar friend this Friday. Thanks to Bradman for this pleasant jaunt of a solve. Fairly steady progress through out the grid. A couple of clues seemed like they could have been more precise but nothing material enough to take away from some smooth cluing.

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Financial Times no.14,772 by Neo

Posted by Ringo on 6th November 2014

Ringo.

It took me a little while to find a foothold in this multilingual offering from Neo…

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Financial Times 14,763 – Gaff

Posted by Sil van den Hoek on 6th November 2014

Sil van den Hoek.

Monday Prize Crossword/Oct 27

The name Gaff is usually synonymous to ‘something special’ and today it wasn’t different. “An anniversary puzzle” celebrating the 100th birthday of one of Britain’s best-loved poets, featuring a truly exceptional anagram.

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Financial Times 14,762 by Magwitch

Posted by Pete Maclean on 6th November 2014

Pete Maclean.

Prize puzzle from the Weekend FT of October 25, 2014

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