The Sphinx's Hall of Fame



Is it Valhalla? The Walk of Stars? The Library of Congress? No, it's the Sphinx's "Hall of Fame". Who's on it?



The riddler keeps asking, and the riddlees keep answering... so it seems. Now PAUL GERNOCK, man of the many puzzle solutions, is our featured Hall of Famer. But the real riddle is whether you've the stuff to answer the current 'challenge questions.' Go on. We dares ya.

Hall-of-Famers:

On 08 December 1998, Paul Smith answered the Sphinx's challenges.
He pegged both Questions #1 and 2.
He answered Question #4.
He gave #5 a hard try.
He answered #7 on the nose.
He tried Question #8.
And, on 27 December, he returned with the answer to number 3.
Paul Smith, score: 6.00
On 02 July 1999, Paul Gernock entered the Hall of Fame.
And with the correct answers to #1, #2, #3, #4 and #7, no less.
Paul Gernock, score: 5.00
On 17 October 1998, Don Harple and James McBride together took the Sphinx's challenge.
They correctly answered Question #1. (Congratulations!)
They gave a valid answer for Question #2.
They correctly answered Question #3.
They answered Question #4.
They called Questions #5 and #6 'insane.' (The heroic bravery!)
They correctly answered Question #7.
Harple and McBride, score: 4.00
On 10 November 1998, Mark McKay took the Sphinx's challenge.
He gave valid answers for Questions #1 and #2.
He correctly answered Question #3.
He unraveled the mystery of Question #4.
He defused Question #7.
Mark McKay, score: 4.00
On 16 July 1998, Nicholas Zoss took the Sphinx's challenge.
He gave a valid answer for Question 1.
He gave the correct answer for Question 2 (in my opinion, more difficult than Question 1... good job!)
He correctly answered Question 4.
Nicholas Zoss, score: 2.75
On 17 September 1998, Dan Fabulich took the Sphinx's challenge.
He was able to name the next element in the Question 4 number sequence.
Daniel Fabulich, score: 1.00
On 24 March 1999, Anis Bziouit took the Sphinx's challenge.
He worked the Question 4 number sequence.
Anis Bziouit, score: 1.00


A moment of silence in respect of those who have gone before us...
Let's go back.
Make your own free website on Tripod.com