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Posted on: Mon Jun 03, 2019 2:50 pm




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Just wondering if there are any plans to publish Advanced Puzzles Volume V?


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Posted on: Mon Jun 03, 2019 3:28 pm




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paulv66 wrote:
Just wondering if there are any plans to publish Advanced Puzzles Volume V?


That is probably going to happen.

The books take a _lot_ of time to produce, so I'm limiting myself to just the one "Advanced" book each year
(that's the plan, rather).


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Posted on: Mon Jun 03, 2019 3:35 pm




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pnm wrote:
paulv66 wrote:
Just wondering if there are any plans to publish Advanced Puzzles Volume V?


That is probably going to happen.

The books take a _lot_ of time to produce, so I'm limiting myself to just the one "Advanced" book each year
(that's the plan, rather).


Thanks Patrick

Any idea of the approximate timescale? I think Volume IV was published on July 10th last year.


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Posted on: Mon Jun 03, 2019 4:20 pm




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paulv66 wrote:
Any idea of the approximate timescale? I think Volume IV was published on July 10th last year.

I'd have to go full throttle to make July 10th this year :-)

before Christmas I think.


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Posted on: Wed Jun 05, 2019 11:52 pm




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Post Re: Volume V
Throw in a bunch of 17x17s and start-from-zeroes and I'll be a happy camper!!


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Posted on: Tue Jun 11, 2019 1:37 am




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Don't know how many bitwise puzzles there have been in the past few books in the series, but I thoroughly enjoy bitwise puzzles. I think it would be really cool to see multiple types of bitwise or maybe some bitwise twins like the puzzle I created.


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Posted on: Tue Jun 11, 2019 2:56 am




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OMG.....all these new innovative ideas for puzzles......and as I age (75) by Christmas, I seem to get further behind all these bright new minds joining this site [cursing] age and change are not "good bedfellows"!!!....however, I should not complain as I still have some cognitive abilities.....however a past Math teacher friend of mine now has Huntington's Disease and my wife was just (6 months ago) confirmed that she has Parkinson's Disease......so I guess change will have to continue to sharpen my brain a little as I do not want it to atrophy into dementia or worse!!!..... be aware of leukoaryosis (these are white matter spots in your grey matter) that develop as you age in your brain and show up on an MRI.....so far I have 3 that are 1-2mm in diameter.....which I have been told is pretty darn good for a person of my age so there is hope that I can "get" some of these puzzles [thumbsup]


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