Try to solve some of these logic problems if you can and tell friends about:
1.5 crabs , 1-6 , 1-9 *, 2-doors , 2-horns , 2-hours , 2-numbers , 2-squares , 2-things , 3-digits *, 3-generations , 3-houses , 3 lamps , 3 lines , 3-utilities , 3-years , 4-players , 4-errers , 4-labels , 4-way-intersection , 4 weights , 4-z's , 5-bananas . 5-cards , 5-digits , 5-hours , 5-meters , 5-move-game , 5's and 8's , 6x6 , 7-flutes , 7's and 11's , 8-breads , 8-coins , 8-queens , 9-butts , 9-coins , 9-to-5 , 10-digits , 10-dots , 10-years , 11-letters , 12-clocks , 12-letters , 15-runners , 15-poles , 17-zebras , 18-walls , 21-words , 25% , 31-domineos , 50-coins , 50-miles , 60-cars , $63 , 99-yards , 100-books , 100-coins , 100-combinations , 100-cubes , 100-digits , 100-meters , 120-stamps , 204-pieces *, 210-rooms , 270-cars , $703 , 729 *, 1961 , 1999 , 9909 , a , abc *, age , ages , amsterdam , avocados , bath , bikers , birthdays , blocks , books , bridge crossing , calendar , candles , caravan , change $1 , christmas , class , clever horse , clock , coin dispenser , color test , corked bottle , counterfeit coin , counting f's , counting people , counting w's , desert match , cube , cubes , digging holes , earrings , eggs , elements , everest , fathers , formula-1 , glasses , gold bars , handshakes , house sale , ice-cubes , indonesia , it , jack , jelly beans , keyboard , manholes , marbles , missing # , multiplication , nines , noon , old , open , passes , peg board , pencils , percents , pets , plus 5 , plus 10 , probability , raft , ratio 1:2:3 , roses , roundtrip , runners , rust , series1 , series2 , series3 , shopping day , siblings , soccer , squares , squares1 , steps , sum 1-100 , tennis , tim , time , times 4 , times 20 , tires , train , tree , triangles , twin , twins , volleyball , watermelon , water pistols , weightless , what , who plays chess and zero.
Note: * designates problems worth heavy solving points.
Here are also some EASY questions that fool most readers.

TOP 10 from 729 entries on 173 problems worth up to 638 pts:
1st place: Albert Frank with an astonishing 619 points followed by
2nd: Luc Vingerhoets 403, 3rd: Chris Magson 299, 4th: Joshua Green 285, 5th: LW Luk 239, 6th: Valmai Osborn 143,
7th: Steve Steppe 122, 8th: Glenn McCorkle 93, 9th: Bernard Sojka 87, 10th: Niven Brown 81.

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