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World Sudoku & Puzzle Championship 2022 in Krakow

After two years break because of coronavirus pandemic, it was finally possible to have the World Sudoku & Puzzle Championship in 2022.

Here are the results:

World Sudoku Championship
Top 3: 1. Tiit Vunk (Estonia), 2. Tantan Dai (China), 3. Kota Morinishi (Japan)
Teams Top 3: 1. Czechia, 2. Japan, 3. Estonia
Total participants: 191 individuals and 50 teams

World Puzzle Championship
Top 3: 1. Ken Endo (Japan), 2. Prasanna Seshadri (India), 3. Thomas Luo (USA)
Teams Top 3: 1. Japan, 2. USA, 3. Germany
Total participants: 196 individuals and 49 teams

All results can be found at the event's website and WPF Facebook.
 

Furthermore the finals of the WPF Sudoku/Puzzle Grand-Prix 2022 took place in Krakow as well:

WPF Sudoku Grand Prix finals Top 3: 1. Kota Morinishi (Japan), 2. Tantan Dai (China), 3. Timothy Doyle (France)
WPF Puzzle Grand Prix finals Top 3: 1. Thomas Snyder (USA), 2. Kota Morinishi (Japan), 3. Ken Endo (Japan)

 

Past Events:

WORLD SUDOKU+PUZZLE CONVENTION 2021

The online event was held instead of the postponed WSC & WPC took place in the mid-November and attracted over 1000 of players from 66 countries. Check the results and download the puzzles on Logic Masters India site.

Sudoku Competition Top3: 1. Kota Morinishi (Japan), 2. Jakub Ondroušek (Czech Rep.), 3. Tiit Vunk (Estonia)  

Puzzle Competition Top3: 1. Ken Endo (Japan), 2. Walker Anderson (USA), 3. Freddie Hand (UK)

Hall of Fame – Sudoku & Puzzle Archive – Interviews on YouTube

         

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Instruction Booklet for the WPF GP Finals

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WPC Practice Mini Marathon

The WPC Practice Mini Marathon comprises of 4 rounds, without any time limit, and gives everyone ample opportunity to solve all the puzzles. Each of the rounds can be taken any time during the week of the contest, solved separately, and in any order. The puzzles are written by Hungarian team of authors who are also responsible for the WPC as well! Authors : Gyula Slenker, Pál Madarassy & Zoltán Horváth Dates : 22nd September - 29th September Instruction Booklet and Submission Link : http://logicmastersindia.com/2013/09P2/

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