| This is a candidate to be a Collaboration of the week. |
Please see this page's entry to support or comment on the nomination.
Really top-dollar stuff, people! And there I was still assuming we'd need all the playing symbol cards to solve it.,, --GuyP 18:01, 18 March 2006 (EST)
Jakeo : I've been creating this page by working through the forum posts. I'm currenly at page: 43. (Hopefully I'm finished, it took 4 hours, and I've read it before!)
Where there is a obvious first post of a new idea I have attempted to credit the author. I may have missed a couple, and its open to interpretation. I do make reference to some of my own posts, but hopefully under the described circumstances. Also, because so much of the information has been duplicated, I have also attempted to keep external information references down to the single, most comprehensive source.
Brute forcing Solitaire
If you want to brute-force solve Solitaire, I'd be surprised if my C implementation wasn't the fastest:
since it performs both copies in a single step. Ciphergoth 05:40, 3 June 2006 (PDT)
Now that this card has been solved, should this page be deleted? UKver2.0 12:48, 28 July 2007 (CST)
- No, it is a major part of PXC, the article should be tidied and the final solution and workings laid out clearly here. I do not have the knowledge required to do this yet - catching up after a holiday. --Edgemaster 16:13, 30 July 2007 (PDT)