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==Rules==
 
==Rules==
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Place the nine half dominoes into the grid, without rotating or reflecting them. Numbers indicate how many dots are there in the given row, column or diagonal.
 
Place the nine half dominoes into the grid, without rotating or reflecting them. Numbers indicate how many dots are there in the given row, column or diagonal.
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(Rules and example from [[WPC 2011]] IB)
 
(Rules and example from [[WPC 2011]] IB)
   
Nine half dominoes are one of the following patterns of pips. (Taken from Ulrich Voigt's Half Dominoes puzzle<ref>https://logic-masters.de/Raetselportal/Raetsel/zeigen.php?chlang=en&id=0002I0</ref>
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'''Nine half dominoes''' are usually one of the following patterns of pips. (Taken from Ulrich Voigt's Half Dominoes puzzle<ref>https://logic-masters.de/Raetselportal/Raetsel/zeigen.php?chlang=en&id=0002I0</ref>)
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[[File:Half Dominoes.png|thumb|center|200px|Usual set of half dominoes]]
   
 
==History of the puzzle==
 
==History of the puzzle==

Revision as of 01:26, 4 January 2021

Rules

Half Dominoes Example.png Half Dominoes Example Solution.png

Place the nine half dominoes into the grid, without rotating or reflecting them. Numbers indicate how many dots are there in the given row, column or diagonal.

(Rules and example from WPC 2011 IB)

Nine half dominoes are usually one of the following patterns of pips. (Taken from Ulrich Voigt's Half Dominoes puzzle[1])

Usual set of half dominoes

History of the puzzle

Appeared on WPC 1999/Part 5, an "innovative" round. The author of the puzzle is unknown.

Appearances in the past WPCs

References