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Indian Puzzle Championship - August 2010 Monthly Test

Logic Masters India announces the August Puzzle Test 'Broken Pieces'.

Have you enjoyed solving jigsaw puzzles (as a kid) or mechanical sudokus? Here's your chance to explore this concept into the area of puzzles and showcase your ability in joining pieces together to solve a puzzle.
The author of the puzzles are Tejal Phatak and Rohan Rao.

Contest Page

Download Instruction Booklet
Download Samurai Sudoku
Download Puzzle Booklet
Password is M201008P_JoinThePieces

The list of puzzles that appeared in the test are:

1. Black And White
2. Domino Hunt
3. Hitori
4. Irregular Sudoku
5. Loop Finder
6. Minesweeper
7. Samurai Sudoku
8. Scrabble Loop
9. Tapa
10. Tents
11. Train
12. Zigzag


1. Hideaki Jo (Japan) - 140
2. Ulrich Voigt (Germany) - 130
3. Takei Daisuke (Japan) - 126
4. Shinichi Aoki (Japan) - 123
5. Kota Morinishi (Japan) - 121
6. Serkan Yurekli (Turkey) - 120
7. Nikola Zivanovic (Serbia) - 116
8. Michael Ley (Germany) - 112
9. Amit Sowani (India) - 111
10. Martin Merker (Germany) - 109

Indian participants

9. Amit Sowani (India) - 111
23. Rajesh Kumar (India) - 76
26. Rakesh Rai (India) - 72
31. Rishi Puri (India) - 61
40. Anurag Sahay (India) - 51
53. Jaipal Reddy (India) - 39
59. Macherla Kumar (India) - 32
60. Neeraj Mehrotra (India) - 31
61. Prasanna Seshadri (India) - 30
69. Anil Khosla (India) - 18

Complete Results

There were totally 75 participants.
Congrats to everyone!

Thank You all for participating! Hope you enjoyed the puzzles.
Please give me your feedback.

See you all next weekend for Evergreens II!


Rohan Rao said...

I'm glad that most of you'll liked the puzzles.
The participation was a little disappointing though not too much since there were other contests this weekend.

Hope the others try out the puzzles :-)

JZ said...

Please don't be disappointed by what you believe is a diminished number of participants. Look who played! All the greats took time to participate, which just shows that the LMI championships are thought of very highly.

Rohan Rao said...

Jason, you are right and I agree with you on that point!

I was happy to see most of the top players participating and giving feedback... it means a lot to me as an author :-)

Thanx Jason.