World Puzzle Federation wrote:
WPF Sudoku/Puzzle GP 2015
After a very successful tournaments last two years, we would like to invite you to the 3rd WPF online Sudoku event and the 2nd WPF online puzzle event.
You can expect first class puzzles prepared by the top puzzle authors from all over the world. Most of the authors have also prepared puzzles for the past World Puzzle/Sudoku championships. The puzzles in the Grand Prix will be designed for all the players with different solving skills, for beginners as well as for the best world players.
The top level of these tournaments is guaranteed by the appointed Directors responsible for the right selection of puzzles, testing and judging. The WPF GP Directors are Thomas Snyder (USA) for Sudoku GP and Wei-Hwa Huang (USA) for Puzzle GP.
There will be 8 Sudoku rounds and 8 Puzzle rounds. Only top six results for each solver will be included in his or her final WPF Grand Prix ranking.
The format of the tournament will be paper-solving with transcription of solutions and each round will be open during the whole weekend.
The length of each round will be 90 minutes.
Schedule and the hosting countries:
1st round - 2. - 5.1.- Netherlands
2nd round - 30.1. - 2.2 - Russia
3rd round - 27.2. - 2.3. - India
4th round - 27.3. - 30.3. - Poland
5th round - 24.4. - 27.4. - Serbia
6th round - 22.5. - 25.5. - Czech Republic
7th round - 19.6. - 22.6. - Italy
8th round - 17.7. - 20.7. - United Kingdom
1st round - 16.1. - 19.1. - Serbia
2nd round - 13.2. - 16.2. - Slovakia
3rd round - 13.3. - 16.3. - Turkey
4th round - 10.4. - 13.4. - Netherlands
5th round - 8.5. - 11.5. - USA
6th round - 5.6. - 8.6. - Germany
7th round - 3.7. - 6.7. - Switzerland
8th round - 31.7. - 3.8. - Japan
Any questions related to the puzzles will be discussed and answered in the GP forum
If you are not registered yet, you can still do so:http://www.gp.worldpuzzle.org/user/register
World Puzzle Federation Directorhttp://www.worldpuzzle.org/http://www.gp.worldpuzzle.org/