June’s issue will be popping through your letterboxes soon – in it, a Prize puzzle from the sadly now departed Atlas, a puzle frm Chaicea whre ansers ned doctring, an offering from Cullen which may have you reaching for the reference books, and a lovely partners puzzle from newcomer Radler. Comments, as ever, welcomed.

June 2017

3 thoughts on “June 2017

  • 28th June 2017 at 3:05 pm
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    With very many apologies, the grid for Atlas’ puzzle this month is incorrect (we’ve printed a duplicate of Radler’s). Download the correct grid…

    Because not everyone will see this, we will print the correct grid in next month’s magazine (making six puzzles) and extend the prize deadline by a month, so July will see two prize puzzles.

  • 29th June 2017 at 8:54 am
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    Soon came to realise there was a problem but good to be able to go somewhere where I might find some info’n, well done Hamish! I agree with your comments about the blurb for the Boatman Genius, I’ve read it only 3 times so far and am no nearer understanding what I’m supposed to be doing. Trust your health continues to improve,
    Ray

  • 20th August 2017 at 11:40 am
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    I really enjoyed ACE by Atlas as there were lots of clues with great surfaces my favourite was Inhaler because of the Bill Clinton reference. If I remember correctly I had a few false starts at the jigsaw even though at that stage I had solved 3/4 of the clues. So having an incorrect grid didn’t actually hold me up. I was aware of a paraphrase (a slightly rude version) of the perimeter quote.
    Pairs by Radler had a superb clue for equaliser. I wondered if Chalicea was going to omit a different letter in each clue in Omissions. Perhaps that is asking too much of a compiler. I particularly liked the extremely succinct clues such as angry buccaneer and destroy peace. I was well defeated by Cullen but pleased with the few clues I did solve.

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