WPC 2017/Round 12

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The namesake of this round is 123 GO by Rohan Rao (India), held in September 2012. [1]

Duration: 40 minutes. Total point value: 450 points. Round winner: Ulrich Voigt (Germany) and Thomas Snyder (USA), 355 points.

Puzzles[edit]

Round note: This round contains 26 puzzles across 26 puzzle types. This is a sprint round meant for speed solving in a short span of time.

  1. Araf by Prasanna Seshadri, 10 points
  2. Balance Loop by Prasanna Seshadri, 20 points
  3. Creek by Prasanna Seshadri, 10 points
  4. Dominos (Domino Hunt) by Rohan Rao, 15 points
  5. EntryExit by Amit Sowani, 5 points
  6. Football by Rohan Rao, 20 points
  7. Gemini Loop by Amit Sowani, 10 points
  8. Heyawacky by Prasanna Seshadri, 25 points
  9. Islands by Ashish Kumar, 15 points
  10. Jumping Crossword by Amit Sowani, 30 points
  11. Kurotto by Prasanna Seshadri, 10 points
  12. LITS by Amit Sowani, 5 points
  13. Minesweeper by Amit Sowani, 5 points
  14. Nanro by Prasanna Seshadri, 25 points
  15. Offspring by Deb Mohanty, 20 points
  16. Pentomino Divider (Pentomino Division) by Amit Sowani, 10 points
  17. Queens (Queen's Park) by Deb Mohanty, 50 points
  18. Ripple Effect by Amit Sowani, 25 points
  19. Scrabble by Amit Sowani, 20 points
  20. Tiger in the Woods by Deb Mohanty, 10 points
  21. Unequal Length Maze by Rohan Rao, 10 points
  22. Vista (Doors) by Ashish Kumar, 30 points
  23. Walls by Amit Sowani, 10 points
  24. XO (No Three in a Row) by Ashish Kumar, 10 points
  25. Yajisan Kazusan by Prasanna Seshadri, 15 points
  26. Zig-Zag (Password Path) by Amit Sowani, 35 points

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