The 24+1 hour puzzle competition of Belgium
October 30th, 2010

The 25th edition of the "24(+1) hours puzzling" competition will be held from 30 to 31 October in Hannut, Belgium.

The 24 hours puzzle competition takes place every year during the last weekend of October in Hannut, Belgium. This year they are proud to celebrate their 25th edition with new features such as an extra hour (in total 25 hours to celebrate the 25th anniversary) and an unpublished jigsaw puzzle that will be done for the first time during this tournament.

This edition will take place from Saturday, 30th October at 3 p.m. to Sunday, 31st October at 3 pm.

Competitors from different countries will participate in this competition: 112 teams from Belgium, France, Spain, United Kingdom and Russia.

The competition by teams consists of doing jigsaw puzzles during 24(+1) hours. The size of puzzles will be from 1000 to 3000 pieces.

Besides this, there will be also an individual competition. The aim is to finish a 500-piece puzzle in less than 3 hours. The person who finishes the puzzle in the least time will win the competition.