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 Post subject: Dutch Cube Day 2007
PostPosted: Fri Mar 16, 2007 1:38 pm 
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NKC, the Dutch Cubists Club, will organise the 27th edition of the Dutch Cube Day (DCD 2007) this year on Sunday, October 14th in Eindhoven in the southern part of The Netherlands.

At the DCD 2007 there will be an extensive puzzle-solving contest with official timers (the ‘Dutch Open’) and lots of opportunities to meet puzzle friends, to buy/sell/exchange puzzles or just to look at puzzles (probably various new puzzles and mods will be shown!!!) . Probably there will also be a couple of lectures on puzzles. In the past years some 150 puzzle collectors attended the Dutch Cube Days. Please note that these Cube Days are not limited to twisty puzzles but are also about all other kind of mechanical puzzles and brainteasers.

For reasons of insurance, to avoid the presence of non-puzzle people and because of catering reasons it is formally required to be invited for the DCD 2007. Members of NKC are automatically invited and will read all about this in the upcoming editions of CFF (Cubism For Fun), the magazine of NKC. In case you are not a member of NKC and would like to participate, it is required to apply in advance for a formal invitation. In that case, please send me an e-mail (preferably) or a pm.

The entrance fee for the Cube Day is Euro 10.00 per person for NKC-members and Euro 15.00 for non-NKC-members. This includes coffee and tea and the usual informal lunch.

On behalf of NKC and the organising committee,

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I really would love to go to this!

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I'll be there!

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I'll be there too, DCD was great last year and I'm sure it will be too this year!
A bit close after WC, but that's ok :)

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i wish i was dutch ps thats a nice collection thomas

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Eindhoven - great!!!
3 hours in the car, some 290 km.
I'll be there!


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Eindhoven - great!!!
3 hours in the car, some 290 km.
I'll be there!

With all your high order cubes?... :D :D :D
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Hmm Eindhoven, that would make my travel time a bit less, that would make up 10 min compared to Delft :P why aren't there any competitions in Enschede ;)

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Vadim wrote:
Georges wrote:
Eindhoven - great!!!
3 hours in the car, some 290 km.
I'll be there!

With all your high order cubes?... :D :D :D
Vadim

Do you think anyone would be interested to see them? :wink:


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Georges wrote:
Vadim wrote:
Georges wrote:
Eindhoven - great!!!
3 hours in the car, some 290 km.
I'll be there!

With all your high order cubes?... :D :D :D
Vadim

Do you think anyone would be interested to see them? :wink:
Probably not. :wink:

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xcool wrote:
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Vadim wrote:
[quote="Georges"]Eindhoven - great!!!
3 hours in the car, some 290 km.
I'll be there!

With all your high order cubes?... :D :D :D
Vadim

Do you think anyone would be interested to see them? :wink:
Probably not. :wink:[/quote]

That's what I thought :twisted:


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Georges wrote:
Do you think anyone would be interested to see them? :wink:

I'd be interested to see them, at least before and after being blindfolded.


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I will also be there.

And of course, if anybody is interested to see (NOT BUY!) some of the puzzles I've collected, I will take them with me.

- Frank -


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Georges wrote:
Vadim wrote:
Georges wrote:
Eindhoven - great!!!
3 hours in the car, some 290 km.
I'll be there!

With all your high order cubes?... :D :D :D
Vadim

Do you think anyone would be interested to see them? :wink:

WHAT?... :shock:
Of course I would! Even if nobody else does!
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I have to bring the Floppy Cube already for someone to see. I'll have to see if I won't be overcharged if I have to bring more cubes :D


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Just a reminder that the Dutch Cube Day is on Sunday October 14th!!!!
The speedcubing contest will start already on Saturday.

In case you would like to attend, do not forgot to register in advance.

Geert


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Hi all,
if someone wants to see/touch/play with some of the puzzles I won or bought, just let me know, I'll do my best to bring them to the DCD, too.
See at http://www.tiex.de/cubecorner (there are some new puzzle,which are not listed
there so far - e.g. Danger Cube, but I'll do my best to complete the list beginning of Oct.)

Cheers - Frank


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Geert Hellings wrote:
Just a reminder that the Dutch Cube Day is on Sunday October 14th!!!!
The speedcubing contest will start already on Saturday.

In case you would like to attend, do not forgot to register in advance.

Geert


Do we also get a short email as a registration confirmation?
I know it's some additional effort, but could also help to reduce unnecessary questions.

Thanks in advance - Frank


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Do we also get a short email as a registration confirmation?
I know it's some additional effort, but could also help to reduce unnecessary questions.

Thanks in advance - Frank


Yes, as always, all people who have registered will receive a formal invitation with the agenda of the day and a route description.
This will be sent approximately two weeks in advance of the DCD.

However, in case someone has a question and/or a request, please do not wait and just contact me (preferably by regular e-mail).


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Hello you guys!

I have to say that this year.............. I WILL SEE YOU OVER THE DUTCH CUBE DAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I am so happy about that!

As Erik said, it's a pity it's quite close to WC (I return from budapest on 8 and leave on 11th) but it's so freaking awesome anyway!!!

Georges, bring the 6x6 and 7x7 please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Heeeeeey!!!

Great!

-Frank-


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I am going to DCD this year. I see a few TwistyPuzzles forum members already responded. Who else I should be prepared to meet :D
Do you want to see some puzzles from my collection?

Frank, I would like to see the Smart Alex puzzle.


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Georges, bring the 6x6 and 7x7 please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
:D:D:D:D


As Konstantinos Verdes is coming, I will not bring my cubes, David.

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I will be there also. It will be great to meet all you again. Frank, I would like to see 2x2x2 Square Antiprism. It is very nice shape. Could you take it with you? Thank you.

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Be sure to take lots of pictures for us who can't be there :cry:

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Milan wrote:
Frank, I would like to see 2x2x2 Square Antiprism. It is very nice shape. Could you take it with you? Thank you.


Of course, no problem.
Anything else? ==> http://www.tiex.de/cubecorner

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Be sure to take lots of pictures for us who can't be there :cry:


I promise to do my very best :)


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I will also be coming to DCD!!!

My wife and I haven't had a vacation in some time so we are going to London and then the Netherlands.

I will have some BioHazards to show, and I hope to have some to sell if I have time to make a few more.

I can bring my Smart Alex for Juozas to see, but I confess it isn't in the best of shape (it has loosened over time). I'll also bring my Brilic and Bump Cube, and anything else requested:
http://twistypuzzles.com/cgi-bin/cm-view.cgi?cid=198

I will be *sure* to take many pictures.

Frank: Bring the hoax 9x9x9!

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I will also be coming to DCD!!!

My wife and I haven't had a vacation in some time so we are going to London and then the Netherlands.

I will have some BioHazards to show, and I hope to have some to sell if I have time to make a few more.

I can bring my Smart Alex for Juozas to see, but I confess it isn't in the best of shape (it has loosened over time). I'll also bring my Brilic and Bump Cube, and anything else requested:
http://twistypuzzles.com/cgi-bin/cm-view.cgi?cid=198

I will be *sure* to take many pictures.

Frank: Bring the hoax 9x9x9!

Dave


Wonderful!!
Sure, the 9x9x9 hoax will be there :lol:
You also have a Brilic? So mine it #13/14. And in the forum I found some other members with a Brilic. Do we get them all together?

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Frank Tiex wrote:
Wonderful!!
Sure, the 9x9x9 hoax will be there :lol:
You also have a Brilic? So mine it #13/14. And in the forum I found some other members with a Brilic. Do we get them all together?

Frank

A Brilic club reunion!

When I purchased mine Aleh said he has made only 14 and said he kept #13 for himself. Geert has the last (#14), mine is #12, so yours must be #11 or less. I know Reeech has one, Georges, skeneegee (#1 or #2?), Tony Fisher, Adam (Puzzlemaster42). Who else?

Call out if you are in the Brilic club!

Aleh could also post a list, and would know the numbering. He numbered the box mine came in, but I am not sure he numbered them all.

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lol

Frank got caught! He doesn't have a Brilic afterall! :P j/k

Please check what number is yours!!!


Mine is #10 - and it will be at DCD in spirit!!!


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Check my website.

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So if Frank has #13 - which one does Aleh have? If I was him, I'd probably keep the first one. ;)


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Hey reeeech,

why should I tell something about a puzzle here, which I don't have.
It could only get awkward for me. No reason for that.
And if I didn't own it, I would keep quiet and wait until Uwe published it next year (for less money :roll:).

So what?

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Frank Tiex wrote:
Hey reeeech,

why should I tell something about a puzzle here, which I don't have.
It could only get awkward for me. No reason for that.
And if I didn't own it, I would keep quiet and wait until Uwe published it next year (for less money :roll:).

So what?

- Frank -



Ugh, Ok... NOTE to self... Don't write anything in a joking or sarcastic manner. None of this EVER comes across the right way on the internet...


(note to Frank... "j/k" means Just Kidding... it was only a joke - pointing out that Dave said Aleh has #13... which then you said you have #13. Then I was wondering which one Aleh has - Then I said if I was him, I would probably keep #1 (as in the first one he made)....


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reeech was only messing about!

But there is something strange. Frank T, you say you have #13 or #14, which is it? But then david says Geert has #14 and Aleh has #13. So the two stories are contradicting.

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I have #6. I think it will have to stay home though as my bags are already filled to overflowing. Anything else and I'll have to leave my passport behind.


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I have #13 of 14 as Aleh told me.
At least he wrote #13 on the box in which I proudly got my Brilic.
I just added the respective picture to my site and here it is, too.


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I have #11. Sorry but I'm not taking it to DCD. I will be there though. Not sure if I'm taking any of my custom made puzzles but I had some puzzles made special for DCD 2007.


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One more information to #13 and #14:
Aleh said, that #13 is a 12-colour version and #14 a 6-colour version.

So the next question is:
Which version has 6 or 12 colours?

Are they all 12-coloured except the last one or are there more 6-colour Brilics?

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Frank Tiex wrote:
I have #13 of 14 as Aleh told me.
At least he wrote #13 on the box in which I proudly got my Brilic.
I just added the respective picture to my site and here it is, too.

Perhaps he sold you the one he intended to keep for himself, when did you buy it?

Perhaps I just mis-heard him. But I know I heard him say he had made twelve, and was only to make two more. At this point I asked if I could buy one of the last two and he agreed. When Geert heard I was buying the next-to-last one, he contacted Aleh to get the last. Since I have #12:
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and I recall him saying he intended to keep #13, I presumed Geert had #14.

Now I am all confused :?

Mine, #12, is the full 12 color.

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I have #6. I think it will have to stay home though as my bags are already filled to overflowing. Anything else and I'll have to leave my passport behind.


Cool I have # 5 but I'm not going :cry: .

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Georges wrote:


You did that to show off your TWO 7x7's didn't you.

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Jesse Werner wrote:
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You did that to show off your TWO 7x7's didn't you.


No, I hadn't a picture of the Brilic in its case, so I offered a partial glance at my vitrine.
Yes, indeed, I was hoping to get some envious comment.
Now which one is correct?
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*evil laugh*

:P


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PS At last, it is mine now!!!


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*evil laugh*

:P


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PS At last, it is mine now!!!
Just the 7x7? I would have taken the whole case if I had the chance.

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If you remember from last time, Georges' vitrine has some vicious teddy bear guards. It is not possible to steal more than one puzzles without being noticed (and then possibly experience a horrible fluffy death).

:wink:


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If you remember from last time, Georges' vitrine has some vicious teddy bear guards. It is not possible to steal more than one puzzles without being noticed (and then possibly experience a horrible fluffy death).

:wink:


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I have dibs on the other 7x7.

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