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 Author: jaek  [ Wed Nov 06, 2013 7:29 pm ] Post subject: Re: mparisi and the 100,000 milestone pnm wrote:pnm wrote:For testing I'm generating a set of 10x10 puzzles for Tuesday the 12th, 19th, and 26th,one step harder than the Friday one (which is pretty easy).Here's one sample, how is it?That was pretty easy, honestly. I might even call it a shade too easy. Then again, the Tuesday 9x9 is generally taxing enough that an equally taxing 10x10 can be a bit much. So my vote would be to make the Tuesday 10x10 slightly harder than the example here, but easier than the current standard.I actually really like the Friday 10x10, btw. If all the puzzles were of a similar pattern and complexity it would get old in a hurry but as a change of pace it is one of my favorites.Thanks, as always.

 Author: clm  [ Wed Nov 06, 2013 8:51 pm ] Post subject: Re: mparisi and the 100,000 milestone pnm wrote:pnm wrote:For testing I'm generating a set of 10x10 puzzles for Tuesday the 12th, 19th, and 26th,one step harder than the Friday one (which is pretty easy).Here's one sample, how is it?...Amused, solved quickly on paper, more near to easy than medium, however it's sad to remove the 10x10 difficult on tuesday's, perhaps you could swap the tuesday's and friday's 10x10's so that the difficult one goes to friday's which is a more "quite" day.Decreasing the level of the 10x10 on tuesday's creates additional "contradiction" (time spent versus points obtained) as exposed in the past here in the Forum when talking about the comparison between the 14 points for the easy 10x10 on friday's and the 9 points of the difficult 9x9 on tuesday's .

 Author: beaker  [ Thu Nov 07, 2013 12:44 am ] Post subject: Re: mparisi and the 100,000 milestone Now that we have heard from 2 of the better puzzlers, how about something from a "plodder" ......worked on the puzzle for 25 minutes and got to a point where I had a 2 and a 7 which was supposed to add up to 11.....obviously, I had made a mistake......spent the next 5 minutes looking for a plausible solution and finally gave up....just couldn't see where the mistake occurred!!

 Author: arjen  [ Thu Nov 07, 2013 6:34 pm ] Post subject: Re: mparisi and the 100,000 milestone clm wrote:Amused, solved quickly on paper, more near to easy than medium, however it's sad to remove the 10x10 difficult on tuesday's, perhaps you could swap the tuesday's and friday's 10x10's so that the difficult one goes to friday's which is a more "quite" day.Swapping the 10x10 would be great

 Author: sjs34  [ Mon Dec 02, 2013 2:28 am ] Post subject: Re: mparisi and the 100,000 milestone !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YAY mparisi YAY

 Author: jaek  [ Mon Dec 02, 2013 2:40 am ] Post subject: Re: mparisi and the 100,000 milestone Amazing! Well done, mparisi!

 Author: bram  [ Mon Dec 02, 2013 3:47 am ] Post subject: Re: mparisi and the 100,000 milestone Hooray, mparisi is the best! Greater than Carlsen! Let the festivities begin! Light the fireworks! It's a celebration!

 Author: pnm  [ Mon Dec 02, 2013 10:11 am ] Post subject: Re: mparisi and the 100,000 milestone That is pretty amazing Below a screenshot for historical purposes (did anyone get one of the 100000 ?)Later I'll collect some more stats on mparisi's puzzling history

 Author: clm  [ Mon Dec 02, 2013 10:47 am ] Post subject: Re: mparisi and the 100,000 milestone This is a happy day for this "club" of Calcudokers. Congratulations for this milestone , I am sure one day mparisi will set that figure in 200,000.

 Author: mparisi  [ Mon Dec 02, 2013 6:38 pm ] Post subject: Re: mparisi and the 100,000 milestone Thanks to everyone for their support.

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