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I think the answer is: The logic: Then:


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Al Zimmermann's Programming Contests match this description. The name includes "programming" but does not require it: You can enter whether you use a computer, manual calculations, or tea leaves to solve the problems. You send me solutions, not programs. The current contest ends on July 18.


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PARTIAL ANSWER Solved maze: Poem: Where I got stuck:


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First: So, follow the instructions! (Thanks to El-Guest and hexomino for helping me fill in some of the final bits.)


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At OP's request, consolidating main steps of @Deusovi's solution with my part into a single solution. Personally, I think Deusovi's part was much more challenging than mine, so if you're inclined to upvote, please upvote both. Summary of Deusovi's work (recommend reading his whole description, which is excellent): Deusovi's key observation: My contribution:...


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Partial answer - some progress made, not sure how it lines up with instructions The given grid can be divided into These turn out to be So... what next?


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This may not be the intended solution, but it does follow all the instructions:


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Partial Answer The dots around the rings are a It solves as (assuming my transcriptions are right): I have no ideas yet on the green dots, yellow and red centers, the bug, or the X.


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He hid them in the


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