Amy Reynaldo, the author of How to Conquer the New York Times Crossword Puzzle, is a top-10 finisher at the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament. Her first New York Times crossword byline appeared July 5, 2009. She solves at least three crosswords a day and writes about them here.
Monthly Archives: February 2010
BEQ 4:39 NYT 3:29 (typo, oy!) LAT tba CS untimed Two things: Tagalongs, the Girl Scout cookies with the peanut butter coated with chocolate? Yum! Holy cats, where did March 2010 come from? Isn’t it still November? And maybe 2003?
BG 8:31 Reagle 7:57 NYT 7:49 LAT 7:40 CS 4:43
Newsday 10:40 NYT 4:57 LAT 3:57 CS untimed (Skipping WSJ Saturday Puzzle because it’s the acrostic.) Edited to add: There’s a good interview with Brad Wilber, today’s LAT constructor, at L.A. Times Crossword Corner.
“Table Talk” by Harvey Estes – 14:51 Hi, it’s Jeffrey. The Daily Beast puzzle is no more (sniff) but at the Crossword Fiend Annual General Meeting I was assigned the Wall Street Journal so I can keep my coveted Friday morning … Continue reading
NYT 5:38 CHE 4:17 LAT 3:42 BEQ 3:42 CS untimed WSJ 7:45—blogged by Jeffrey in the next post
NYT 6:01 Fireball 5:20 LAT 3:30 Tausig untimed CS untimed Constructor T Campbell has crafted a 50×50 crossword, the Ubercross Fiddy, that follows the rules of American crosswords. That means no 2-letter words, no unchecked squares, and a symmetrical grid … Continue reading
crossword 6:16 (paper) puzzle 0:17