|(1) Posted by Joaquim Crusats [Saturday, Dec 7, 2013 15:44]|
A chess related crossword
On October 28, 2010, I sent an entry for a chess-related crossword tourney and, to the best of my knowledge, the award was never published. So today I have posted my entry in my blog. You can have a look at it here:
I believe it is rather easy, although probably not immediate. If you think you could solve the crossword, please let me know it (joaquimchessproblem(at)gmail.com). I offer a printed version of the bulletin Problemas (2013)as a special prize for the first correct answer I receive. Unfortunately the crossword only works in Russian language.
|(2) Posted by Hauke Reddmann [Monday, Dec 9, 2013 11:11]|
Joaquim said: "Unfortunately the crossword only works in Russian language."
<Lucky Luke> НЕУДАЧА! </Lucky Luke>
|(3) Posted by Dejan Glisić [Wednesday, Dec 11, 2013 15:27]|
Find the composer!
AVNER IN BED?
|(4) Posted by Joaquim Crusats [Wednesday, Dec 11, 2013 20:47]|
I can't solve the anagram. What’s the answer, Dejan?
The crossword has proved to be much more difficult than I expected. Three solvers have only found the “Try” (Галина, Непал – Galina, Nepal) which is refuted by the fact that Nepal has no sea. Hint: the "bSg3" is facing to the right in the diagram position.
|(5) Posted by Kostas Prentos [Wednesday, Dec 11, 2013 22:52]|
It seems that anagrams are harder to solve than compose, especially with composers coming from a large variety of countries.
|(6) Posted by Joaquim Crusats [Thursday, Dec 12, 2013 07:29]|
I used the member list of Matplus (search for "v")and Ivan Bender is not in it. Good one.
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