[r-t] U-dub doubles

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Sun Aug 19 06:50:52 UTC 2012

Prof H: "U-dub doubles is probably the first (and possibly last) method named for the purpose of spelling out letters with its blue line"

Good work, though given the only letters compatible with this seem to be M,U,V,W, the scope for expanding this seems to be rather limited, as you say.

I suppose you could have a twin hunt construction to add letters like X into the mix. This might be shaky ground though - before long you're in the realm of picking out what you choose from the whole grid, which seems a bit like the apocryphal blind man describing the cheese grater as the best book he has read...

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