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 Author: bschwart  [ Sat Apr 18, 2015 10:43 pm ] Post subject: All the book puzzles worth points I'm trying to figure out how people can get a total of 4508 book points.102 Extra Large Puzzles: 320201 Tricky Puzzles: 205100 Free Calcudoku Puzzles: 160The Huge Killer Sudoku Book: 675101 Advanced Puzzles: 121251 Advanced Puzzles special edition: 0121 Advanced Puzzles Volume 2: 1452Total: 4024What am I missing?-Bev (bschwart)

 Author: eclipsegirl  [ Sat Apr 18, 2015 11:52 pm ] Post subject: Re: Which book should be the next book? There was the 15 pt puzzle (Happy New Years 2015) at the beginning of this year.Have there been other special puzzles through the history of this site?

 Author: eclipsegirl  [ Tue Apr 21, 2015 5:59 am ] Post subject: Re: All the book puzzles worth points I just received the 3rd edition of 101 Advanced Puzzles. (Still available)In it Patrick states that he has added several puzzles in both the 2nd and 3rd editions. I assume that he also removed other puzzles to keep it to 101 puzzles.There were 10 new puzzles for the 2nd edition and 41 new puzzles for the 3rd edition.41 or 51 puzzles would add a significant number of points.(41 * 12 = 492 if Patrick included the 10 from the 2nd edition as a part of the 41 in the 3rd edition51 * 12 = 612 if they were all new puzzles)Now, one has to look for the older editions of the book to collect all the puzzles, as well as the two books that that are no longer available..

 Author: sjs34  [ Tue Apr 21, 2015 10:33 pm ] Post subject: Re: All the book puzzles worth points It would be nice if there were an easy way to identify which puzzles in which books we have and haven't completed. For example, there are 578 points worth of book puzzles that I have not completed. I know where many of them are but not where some of them are. It would be nice to be able to identify those. Apologies for suboptimal record keeping.

 Author: mparisi  [ Wed Apr 22, 2015 2:00 am ] Post subject: Re: All the book puzzles worth points sjs34 wrote:It would be nice if there were an easy way to identify which puzzles in which books we have and haven't completed. For example, there are 578 points worth of book puzzles that I have not completed. I know where many of them are but not where some of them are. It would be nice to be able to identify those. Apologies for suboptimal record keeping.Add me to the list of people who would really like this. It's a pain to keep track of which book puzzles you've submitted vs. which you still have left to submit. What I'd really like is a page that shows all the puzzles you have left to solve/submit which will earn points. Missing book puzzles are the most important part of this, but there is always the possibility that you forgot to do one of the previous days extra puzzle.

 Author: eclipsegirl  [ Wed Apr 22, 2015 5:30 am ] Post subject: Re: All the book puzzles worth points @ mparisi,When I was on a long vacation recently, i did not always do the EXTRA puzzles, since they can be turned in up to one month after publication.(The Sunday 6 x 6 no - op puzzle is the EXTRA puzzle but it is not labelled as such)When I had returned and I was checking through the past puzzles,I would go to the EXTRA puzzle of the most recent day,Then I would use the calendar and go back to start of my vacation , and start checking each day.The calendar will go the EXTRA puzzle of the selected calendar day.That was the method I used to get caught up on EXTRA puzzles.

 Author: pnm  [ Wed Apr 22, 2015 8:43 am ] Post subject: Re: All the book puzzles worth points mparisi wrote:What I'd really like is a page that shows all the puzzles you have left to solve/submit which will earn points. Missing book puzzles are the most important part of this, but there is always the possibility that you forgot to do one of the previous days extra puzzle.Nice suggestion, thanks Some kind of book puzzle history page, sorted by book, I'll see what I can do.. Patrick

 Author: eclipsegirl  [ Sun Apr 26, 2015 6:34 am ] Post subject: Re: All the book puzzles worth points I think I may have an answerThere are two books that you are missingTwo sets of two books have very similar titlesThere are 210 Tricky Puzzles (Without the EXTRA)http://www.amazon.com/Tricky-Calcudoku- ... 1447889215and 201 Tricky Puzzles EXTRA(came with my subscription for the year)There is 102 Large Puzzle (without the Extra)I can find the cover on the page where I submit the solutions to book puzzlesand 102 Large Puzzles Extra(Came with my subscription for the year)

 Author: pnm  [ Sun Apr 26, 2015 11:37 am ] Post subject: Re: All the book puzzles worth points Ok, I ploughed through the database and figured it out bschwart wrote:I'm trying to figure out how people can get a total of 4508 book points.102 Extra Large Puzzles: 320201 Tricky Puzzles: 205201 Tricky, Extra: 205 points102 Large, Extra: 320 points (as eclipsegirl wrote, the books you get with a year's subscription)bschwart wrote:100 Free Calcudoku Puzzles: 160The Huge Killer Sudoku Book: 675101 Advanced Puzzles: 121251 Advanced Puzzles special edition: 0121 Advanced Puzzles Volume 2: 1452Total: 4024121 Advanced Volume 2: 1332 points (111 x 12, the first 10 "warmup" puzzles don't score points)Then, in addition to your list:102 Large Puzzles, 384 points (32 puzzles for points x 12)201 Tricky Puzzles, 205 points (41 x 5)the 2011 Christmas Puzzle: 25 pointsthe 2014 End of Year Puzzle: 15 points100 Puzzles for the "Universiti Tenaga Nasional": 160 points (20 puzzles for points x 8) (a one-off book I did for this Malaysian university)I think that's all Grand total: 4693I'll try to find the best way to make the "missing" puzzles available again.Patrick

 Author: eclipsegirl  [ Sun Apr 26, 2015 4:40 pm ] Post subject: Re: All the book puzzles worth points I would very much appreciate the ability to do the "unavailable" puzzles.Is there a way to get the Holiday 2011 - 25 pt puzzle?Was that published on this site?

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