Here’s the sixth grid in 1AC’s Gridfest, a part of the group’s third anniversary celebrations.

All participants must complete the online interactive version and submit it along with answers to the questions that will be displayed on submission.

Please remember to “save” the puzzle as you work, so as to answer the questions at the end.

The deadline for submissions is midnight ( IST) of  30th of September 2017.  Annotations for the puzzle will be discussed at 1ACross starting from October 1, 2017.

The results announcing the best grid and the top solvers will be made on 15th October.

Both the winners (top setter and the top solver) will receive a personalized copy of our book “Cryptic Crossroads – Now on Amazon”

There should not be any discussions relating to the puzzles and/or solutions during the contest. Anyone who contravenes this will be disqualified.

The Organizer’s decisions are final and binding.

Happy solving.

Here’s the link to the interactive puzzle

Here’s a link to the PDF

1ACGridfest – Grid 6

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  • 20/09/2017 at 7:57 pm
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    Every day in every which way your grids are getting tougher & tougher but your interactive
    submission procedure is a bit of a pain as I keep getting a doubt that my entry is incomplete as I keep saving as I go along and I always find an incomplete grid when I get back to the gri##d solved after giving the annotaions and when I return , I find my entered grid incomplete!

    Any way , I find the crossies very challenging and I solve them not as a competitor but only as a participant.

    In Grid 6 , I had read about the marginal circled letters to be sorted out and some clues were given. However, later I found these comments missing !! Have you removed them ?

    • 21/09/2017 at 10:24 am
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      I have got multiple submissions from you for almost all the grids. Since I only have one submission each from almost all other participants or utmost two, when someone has tried to fix an error, I think there is some issue at your end, which you can try addressing. Just to clarify, when there are multiple submissions, points are awarded based on the lowest scoring entry.

      As for the message in the periphery, it was removed later based on a request from the setter. No submissions had been received up until then and we felt, it could be done since it did not change the puzzle or scoring.

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