Category Archives: Alchemi (Prize)

MPP – 062 (Review)

Monthly Prize Puzzle – 062

July 2017

A Puzzle by Alchemi

This month the question you were required to answer was contained, Nina-style, in two columns and one row (in that order) – those who correctly solved the puzzle will have revealed the Nina “Who is MP for Tunbridge Wells?” on column 2, column 12 and row 6.  The answer, which I’m sure most of you had to look up, is Greg Clark.… Read More

MPP – 062

Monthly Prize Puzzle (July 2017)

A Puzzle by Alchemi

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Why not have a go at our latest Monthly Prize Puzzle?

The winner will receive their choice of any of the Telegraph Crossword Books published by Hamlyn.

Please note that, due to punitive postal charges, while the competition is open to all, the prize is only available to UK solvers.Read More

MPP – 057 (Review)

Monthly Prize Puzzle – 057

February 2017

Substitutions by Alchemi

Congratulations to Gazza, who has entered the competion many times, is usually first or second to submit his answer, but had yet to win.  Well, Mrs BD has changed that and drawn his name fom the electronic hat so that he can claim his choice of any of the Telegraph Crossword Books published by Hamlyn.… Read More

MPP – 057

Monthly Prize Puzzle (February 2017)

Substitutions by Alchemi

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Why not have a go at our latest Monthly Prize Puzzle?

The winner will receive their choice of any of the Telegraph Crossword Books published by Hamlyn.

Please note that, due to punitive postal charges, while the competition is open to all, the prize is only available to UK solvers.Read More

MPP 053 – Review

Monthly Prize Puzzle – 053

October 2016

A Puzzle by Alchemi

Two horizontal lines in the completed grid give a name which is associated with two solutions.  Solvers had to add together the numbers of the clues to those solutions, 26 and 4, and submit that sum in order to enter the competition.  This month’s lucky winner, drawn by Mrs BD, is Pauline Handley who wins her choice of a Hamlyn Telegraph Puzzle Book… Read More

Prize Puzzle – 053

Monthly Prize Puzzle (October 2016)

A Puzzle by Alchemi

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Why not have a go at our latest Monthly Prize Puzzle?

The winner will receive their choice of any of the Telegraph Crossword Books published by Hamlyn.

Please note that, due to punitive postal charges, while the competition is open to all, the prize is only available to UK solvers.Read More

MPP 050 – Review

Monthly Prize Puzzle – 050

July 2016

A Puzzle by Alchemi

 

Many congratulations to Beet, the winner of the July Prize Puzzle competition, who wins one of the Hamlyn Telegraph Puzzle books as her prize.  I’m not sure what she has on Mrs BD, but this is the third time her name has been pulled out of the electronic hat!

The instructions were that the solutions to 10 clues include double letters, of which only one is recognised in the wordplay. … Read More

Prize Puzzle – 050

Monthly Prize Puzzle (July 2016)

A Puzzle by Alchemi

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Why not have a go at our latest Monthly Prize Puzzle?

A bit of detective work may be necessary in order to be able to enter!

The winner will receive their choice of any of the Telegraph Crossword Books published by Hamlyn.… Read More

MPP 047 – Review

Monthly Prize Puzzle – 047

April 2016

A Puzzle by Alchemi

Congratulations to Jean-Luc Cheval who correctly worked out that although ten of the people in the grid were born in a year ending 16, it was Cervantes who died in one.  His name was drawn from the electronic hat by Mrs BD and he can now choose one of the Hamlyn Telegraph Crossword Books as his prize, although he may have to wait until he comes over to the UK next January to collect it!. … Read More

Prize Puzzle – 047

Monthly Prize Puzzle (April 2016)

A Puzzle by Alchemi

 

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Why not have a go at our latest Monthly Prize Puzzle?

The winner will receive their choice of any of the Telegraph Crossword Books published by Hamlyn.

Please note that, due to punitive postal charges, while the competition is open to all, the prize is only available to UK solvers.Read More