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
Onion 4:27 BEQ 4:12 NYT 3:47 LAT 2:58 CS untimed For blog posts and media coverage of the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament, scroll down on the ACPT 2010 page for a plethora of links. There’s also a list of the … Continue reading
NYT 3:15 Jonesin’ 3:58 LAT 2:53 CS untimed The Tipsy Tourney puzzles are up! Here’s the crazy-hard one (in which the theme didn’t much help me to solve) by Janet Siefert Goss and Pete Mitchell, and here’s Barry Haldiman’s easier … Continue reading
Thanks are in order. How many thanks? Dozens! (Yes, we’re pretending that “thanks” is a plural form of a count noun here.) In no particular order: Thank you, SethG, for the tireless guest blogging here at Diary of a Crossword … Continue reading
NYT 3:15ish (my browser took naps) LAT 2:28 CS tba BEQ 7:16 Hello! What a wonderful weekend I had at the ACPT. Great friends, great puzzles: What more could you want? Though my flight was canceled and the airline rebooked … Continue reading
NYT 16:34 (SethG) Reagle Untimed LAT 17:44 (SethG) BG Untimed CS 6:59 (SethG) And…it’s ACPT Day 2. Amy and the gang are still in Brooklyn, one more SethG day. See the current standings here .
NYT Untimed CS Untimed LAT 11:50 (SethG) Newsday Untimed It’s ACPT Day 1. Amy and the gang are in Brooklyn, so more SethG today. Yay!