The jubilee, 10th 24HPC will be in Budapest, 4-6 September 2009.

Fourteen (14) puzzle rounds (sets) are needed, each accounting for 100 minutes of net solving time. A good puzzle set contains a fine mixture of various logic puzzles, ranging from very traditional and well-known puzzles through variations and specialties to complete novelties, and they are also supposed to vary on difficulty.

Fourteen (14) puzzle rounds (sets) are needed, each accounting for 100 minutes of net solving time. A good puzzle set contains a fine mixture of various logic puzzles, ranging from very traditional and well-known puzzles through variations and specialties to complete novelties, and they are also supposed to vary on difficulty.

I had created one puzzle set for this championship. Puzzle Instructions for my puzzle set is as below

Consecutive Loop 30 points

Dot-Rundweg 45 points (20 + 25)

Polygraph 30 points

Wolves and Sheep in Fences 20 points

Inside/Outside Corral 30 points

Range 20 points

Wittgenstein Briquet 60 points (20 + 40)

Akkoy 65 points (25 + 40)

Copycope 20 points (10 + 10)

Smashed Sums 40 points

Kuromasu 60 points

Arrow Loop 40 points (20 + 20)

TREN 120 points (30 + 35 + 55)

Toplamatik 40 points

Tripod Sudoku 55 points (25 + 30)

The Persistance of Memory 15 points (5 + 10)

QuickSort 20 points

Hamle 80 points (15 + 65)

4 Minesweepers 55 points

Snail Sudoku 80 points

Slash Pack 15 points

Top Heavy Number Place 35 points

Paravan 25 points

Total 1000 points

Ulrich Voigt did it again, he won the 10th 24-hour puzzle championshipfor the fourth time.

Top Ten are as below

1 Ulrich Voigt GER 1232,15

2 Peter Hudák SVK 1072,91

3 Michael Ley GER 1030,97

4 Nikola Živanovic SRB 993,47

5 Zoltán Gyimesi HUN 988,97

6 Florian Kirch GER 985,56

7 Jana Tylová CZK 851,09

8 László Osvalt HUN 677,24

9 Serkan Yürekli TUR 625,11

10 Miklós Mócsy HUN 594,03

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