## Thursday, May 14, 2009

### Range : R1

This Puzzle type appeared in Oğuz Atay Puzzle Contest (OAPC)-4 championship.

Instructions:
Place digits 1-6 in the grid so that no digit is repeated within a row/column. Numbers in the diagram indicate the difference between the biggest and smallest digit in the visible cells. A digit can seen others until its view is blocked with a triangled cell. If there is only one cell in sight, the number indicates the digit itself. No cell may remain empty.

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Solution of this puzzle can be found here

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### Oğuz Atay Puzzle Contest 5

* Contest will be held on 23 May 2009 14:30 GMT
* Instructions will be ready on 17 May 2009 21:00 GMT
* It will last 150 minutes and there will be extra 5 minutes.
* Each extra second will cost you 0.02 points

The third Saturday of this month there will be a puzzle contest among high schools in Istanbul, and we need to be there for helping with the organization. In order to not to change the Saturday habit, we'll hold the contest at the fourth Saturday, for this month.

One can register for contest here.

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### "Arrow Loop/ Indian Loop" Example

Instructions:
Black Some of the Squares in such a way that each row and each column contains Exactly one Black Square. Arrow if given points to the Black Square in the corresponding row or column. Remaining Squares form a Single closed loop. Also Square containing Arrow is not part of loop. Some part of the loop may be already given.

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