US Sudoku Championship set for Philadelphia

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In several media you could already read the announcement about the Sudoku Championship 2007 in the US.

The Philadelphia Inquirer announced it will hold the first national Sudoku championship in the fall at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The championship, October 19-21, will be hosted by puzzle master Will Shortz and will be open to a national and international field of contestants for beginner, intermediate and advanced categories.

In addition to a spot on the U.S. World Sudoku Team, the advanced level winner will receive $10,000 plus expenses paid for travel and accommodations to the World Sudoku Championship in India. The intermediate winner will be awarded $5,000 and the beginner level winner will receive $3,000. There will also be trophies and $100 prizes awarded to players in a variety of categories such as age, area of residence and years of Sudoku experience.

The competition is open to people ages 10 years to over 80. For more info, visit [via delaware online]. Happy Puzzling!

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  1. Greg Heller October 13, 2007 at 22:51

    Here is another opportunity to meet Will Shortz in the Philadelphia area:

    An Evening of Puzzles with Will Shortz

    Including dinner and a screening of the documentary film Wordplay

    Wednesday, October 24, 2007, 6pm-9pm

    Full information here:

  2. passionforpuzzles October 14, 2007 at 08:51

    Thanks Gregory,
    Please have a look at the following article where you can find information on how and where to meet Will Shortz.

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