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Posted on: Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:39 am




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Post Mon Jan 7 2019, 7 x 7 Difficult
Hi Patrick,
How many people completed this puzzle?

I know I completed it with only a few minutes to spare. I kept making the same mistake, but I am blaming this nasty virus that I am fighting. It can be hard to concentrate.

Thank you for that information,
eclipsegirl


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Posted on: Wed Jan 09, 2019 3:37 am




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Post Re: Mon Jan 7 2019, 7 x 7 Difficult
Eclipsegirl: if you went back to the 7th, you would find that 54 users solved it


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Posted on: Wed Jan 09, 2019 3:45 am




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Post Re: Mon Jan 7 2019, 7 x 7 Difficult
Thank you. I went back to see where that data was. My bad. :embarassed:

I was looking for it on top of the puzzle not where it is listed.


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Posted on: Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:11 am




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Post Re: Mon Jan 7 2019, 7 x 7 Difficult
Being sick with a viral flu probably means your coughing and all "plugged up with a heavy head" which means you have a very good excuse for a small misstep!!


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Posted on: Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:33 am




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Post Re: Mon Jan 7 2019, 7 x 7 Difficult
I also found it very tricky and abandoned it a couple of times before finally solving it. I went back over the previous 4 Mondays to see if 54 is an unusually low number for a Monday 7x7.

It wasn't really that helpful as it was subscriber only last Monday and available to all members on the previous 2 Mondays. But the puzzle 3 weeks previous was subscriber only and had 82 solvers. So 54 does appear to be somewhat lower than average. Maybe Patrick can provide longer term data?


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