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[next] [prev] [up] From: Bernie Cosell <cosell@world.std.com >
~~~ [prev] [up] Subject: Re: Seeking magic dodecahedron

In <1oieipINNs0k@gap.caltech.edu> on Mar 21, Joseph Louis Long wrote:

} So let me ask... Does anyone have a solution to Square-1? Is there
} a simple ``operator'' based method, like there is for the cube?
} If it is simple enough to explain in text, could someone please
} post it? Has there been a ``solutions book'' published?

Dunno about the former, but the answer to the latter is 'yes'. In the April
GAMES magazine there is an ad:
Now you can solve the world's most challenging
cube puzzle. Clear, easy to unerstand book shows
you how. Send $5 to
Turn to Square 1
PO Box 1451
Westford, MA 01886

Bernie Cosell                               cosell@world.std.com
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