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# Math, Word, Logic and Other Puzzles

# Puzzles based on Sam Loyd's famous Cyclopedia of Puzzles book

## Math Circle Puzzle, Ball Throwing Number Game and I.C.E. Word PuzzleTry an interesting circle slicing math puzzle, throw the baseballs and try to score exactly 50 points and fill in the blanks with words ending with the letters I.C.E.More... ## Other featured puzzlesWord Find Puzzle, Railroad Math Puzzle and Geography Word PuzzleFind girls names in a word quilt, figure out a railroad math puzzle and find geographical locations hidden in sentences. Find the Route Puzzle, Bicycle Math Puzzle and Hardware Rebus Puzzle Figure out a route through 23 cities, enjoy an interesting bicycle math puzzle, solve several hardware rebuses and a cash math puzzle. Riddles and Jokes Try out some clever riddles and funny jokes from Sam Loyd. |

Math Circle Puzzle, Ball Throwing Number Game and I.C.E. Word Puzzle

Try an interesting circle slicing math puzzle, throw the baseballs and try to score exactly 50 points and fill in the blanks with words ending with the letters I.C.E.

Word Find Puzzle, Railroad Math Puzzle and Geography Word Puzzle

Find girls names in a word quilt, figure out a railroad math puzzle and find geographical locations hidden in sentences.

Find the Route Puzzle, Bicycle Math Puzzle and Hardware Rebus Puzzle

Figure out a route through 23 cities, enjoy an interesting bicycle math puzzle, solve several hardware rebuses and a cash math puzzle.

Cart and Horse Trick, Proverb Rebus and a Conundrum

Solve a puzzle involving a cart and a horse, solve a clever rebus and find the solution to a conundrum.

Count Rectangles, Find the States and Adding Puzzle

Look for number patterns in a grid, count the rectangles in a geometric puzzle, look for states in a word puzzle and select the correct numbers in an adding puzzle.

Matchem Matching Game and Coin Puzzle

Match the pictures while playing against the computer and try a tricky coin swapping puzzle.

Riddles and Jokes

Try out some clever riddles and funny jokes from Sam Loyd.

Try an interesting circle slicing math puzzle, throw the baseballs and try to score exactly 50 points and fill in the blanks with words ending with the letters I.C.E.

Word Find Puzzle, Railroad Math Puzzle and Geography Word Puzzle

Find girls names in a word quilt, figure out a railroad math puzzle and find geographical locations hidden in sentences.

Find the Route Puzzle, Bicycle Math Puzzle and Hardware Rebus Puzzle

Figure out a route through 23 cities, enjoy an interesting bicycle math puzzle, solve several hardware rebuses and a cash math puzzle.

Cart and Horse Trick, Proverb Rebus and a Conundrum

Solve a puzzle involving a cart and a horse, solve a clever rebus and find the solution to a conundrum.

Count Rectangles, Find the States and Adding Puzzle

Look for number patterns in a grid, count the rectangles in a geometric puzzle, look for states in a word puzzle and select the correct numbers in an adding puzzle.

Matchem Matching Game and Coin Puzzle

Match the pictures while playing against the computer and try a tricky coin swapping puzzle.

Riddles and Jokes

Try out some clever riddles and funny jokes from Sam Loyd.

This section of the Quiz Plz website contains puzzles from Sam Loyd's book "Cyclopedia of 5000 Puzzles Tricks and Conundrums with Answers". Sam Loyd is well-known for his math puzzles.

Sam Loyd was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but spent most of his life in New York City. Sam Loyd was a very good chess player and once ranked 15th in the entire world. This was in spite of his attempts at making fancy movements on the board rather than attempting to go for the win. This also led him to create chess puzzles for others to solve. Sam Loyd was also interested in '15' puzzles and Tangram puzzles. The puzzles on this website are based on his Cyclopedia book of puzzles which was actually published by his son after his death in 1914.

Many of the puzzles from his book are classics and still appear in puzzle books today. The material in his books can be published just so long as the proper credit is given.

Sam Loyd was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but spent most of his life in New York City. Sam Loyd was a very good chess player and once ranked 15th in the entire world. This was in spite of his attempts at making fancy movements on the board rather than attempting to go for the win. This also led him to create chess puzzles for others to solve. Sam Loyd was also interested in '15' puzzles and Tangram puzzles. The puzzles on this website are based on his Cyclopedia book of puzzles which was actually published by his son after his death in 1914.

Many of the puzzles from his book are classics and still appear in puzzle books today. The material in his books can be published just so long as the proper credit is given.

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