Boris Kordemsky
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This page gathers all puzzles presented at Puzzles.COM, which are either created by Boris Kordemsky or made after some of his puzzle ideas.

 Keep It Even by Boris Kordemsky From a 4x4 array of coins, remove six of them to leave an even number of coins in each row and column. Play  |  Download
 Two Flowers after Boris Kordemsky Could you reconstruct an interesting story of Danila the apprentice which created two stone flowers in such a way that they can be combined together in a perfect circle? Play  |  Download
 Rose Garden by Boris Kordemsky A gardener has an ambitious plan to replant his flower bed, increasing the number of the 4-rose-straight-line rows but keeping the overall number of roses intact? Would it be possible? Play  |  Download
 From 1 Through 19 by Boris Kordemsky Just write a set of numbers in the circles so that any three of them lying on a straight line always add up to the same total. Is there any algorithm to find the proper solution? Play  |  Download
 Star of Numbers by Boris Kordemsky A five-pointed star is made of circular spots held together by wire. Fill in the circles with the correct numbers of stones from 1 through 15 observing some additional rules. Play  |  Download
 Twelve Parts of the Hexagon after Boris Kordemsky Cut a regular hexagon into a certain number of quadrilaterals. There is a minor condition applied to quadrilaterals - they all should be congruent. Interestingly, a flexible solution scheme exists for the puzzle. What is it? Play  |  Download
 Chair Arrangement after Boris A. Kordemsky A set of chairs has to be arranged along the walls of a rectangular dance hall in such a way that there are an equal number of them along each wall. What pattern to choose for this? Play  |  Download
 The Three Dice Sum by Boris Kordemsky Stack three dice in a tower. Glance at it for a moment and... say the sum of spots on the hidden faces. You know for sure you won't miss but what's the trick? Play  |  Download
 LPs after Boris Kordemsky Eleven checkered pieces: ten P-shaped and one L-shaped. Goal: arrange into a regular 8x8 chessboard. Key features: no overlapping but proper altering of the two-colored cells. Play  |  Download
 Choco Fits after Boris Kordemsky One of the proposed seven chocolate pieces can be copied six times in order to fit them into a rectangular chocolate bar. The key questions are what piece is it and what the final chocolate bar should look like? Play  |  Download
 Last Updated: February 5, 2010 top
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