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L4540: ‘Chalked Up’ by Nudd

Posted by Encota on 22 February 2019

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Many thanks to Nudd for a fun puzzle.  I solved this one overnight on the Eurostar from the UK to Moutiers and, what with having to hand-draw the grid as I only had the puzzle on-screen, it took me to somewhere North of Paris to complete.  I think, if you screw your eyes up and look at it in a certain light, then even my representation above looks similar to the WHITE HORSE of UFFINGTON, to be found on WHITE-HORSE HILL.

I particularly liked how there was no ambiguity at all as to which letters needed to be used to form the final ‘white horse’ – and the 3, 4, 10 & 11 letter info in the Preamble made it a pleasure to solve.

Cheers,

Tim / Encota

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