Puzzle 132: Freestyle 101. Anything but elementary.

Last Tuesday’s freestyle solution

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Word count: 72
Mean word length: 5.44

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11-stacks almost never end well when I construct them. I usually have a much tougher time building the other stack than the stack I made from the seed entry. Why don’t you try two seed entries, you may ask? Before this grid, I would have answered, “I have no idea why I didn’t.” Usually, I’d construct one of the 11-stacks, then have to work around that half of the grid before I even considered trying to build the other stack. But this came about rather unusually and conveniently; the upper left stack left so many options that I was able to stop, go construct the bottom right stack — which also worked out incredibly flexibly — and then play around with the rest of the grid. I think this is the most smoothly an 11-stack has ever gone for me with respect to the construction process.

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One thought on “Puzzle 132: Freestyle 101. Anything but elementary.”

  1. Didn’t know either 13D or 44D, but because the crosses were fair I learned two new words. Thanks – fun puz.


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