G-Match/T-Match - Help

Note: Everything written about the G-Match is relevant for the T-Match

The G-Match tournament is a series of matches held on Saturdays. Each match takes place in a different hour of the day, until we complete 12 or 24 rounds around-the-clock. You need to watch the Site News in order to know when the next match is played.

A match can have about 5-15 puzzles. Most of them are easy enough for anyone to solve. Puzzles are released by the system and published online in different modes: one-by-one every 5-10 minutes; all at once; several puzzles at different times.

A match usually takes one hour. Some matches are more challenging and take longer.

Where are the Match puzzles?

You can solve the G-Match/T-Match puzzles through the web and/or the iGridd applet.

If you use the web - open the G-Match page or the T-Match page from the menu.
As mentioned above, puzzles can be released in several groups. Therefore, when we play you will need to refresh that page to get a list of new match puzzles. Please note that some of last round's or tournament’s puzzles might still be on the list.

If you use the iGridd applet - open the G-Match or the T-Match category and use the Reload button until new puzzles show up.

When is the next Match?

You need to watch the Site News in order to know when the next match is played.

The times are given in GMT (Greenwich Mean Time). The clock doesn't change in summer or winter. The site shows the GMT date and time on the top right side of every page. You can compare it to you local time to find out the right hour for the match.

Position in Puzzles

On the G-Match/T-Match page, the Top Players links below the puzzles show the names of the first 200 users who solved the puzzle.

Solving time in Top Players Lists

The time is counted from the moment the puzzle was released to the moment you solved the puzzle. For example: If you started to solve a puzzle 2:00 minutes after the release, and if it took you 2:30 minutes to solve - the time you'll see is 00:04:30 (2:00+2:30 = 4:30 minutes).

You don't necessarily need to be a fast solver to play the matches. However, you need to be on time to gain a top position.

Important note: Once you solved a match puzzle - don't solve it again until the tournament is over. If you solve a match puzzle for a second time, the date-stamp of your solving record is changed and your score and position is changed accordingly.

How are the points calculated?

The 1st player who solved the puzzle gets 200 points.
The 2nd player - 199 points.
The 199th player - 2 points.
The 200th player - 1 point.

The more matches you attend - the more points you get.

Top Players in the World and by Country

The sum of every player's points appears in the G-Match Top Players page.

The page shows the total score and position of all matches and of each match separately. It also shows the score and position of each match and all matches by countries.


If you are one of the Top 200 Players in the world and/or one of the Top 3 Players in your country - the credit of your score appears in your Statistics Page.


The First, Second, and Third Place winners in the world and in each country get a Certificate of Achievement.

If you are one of the first/second/third winners, go to your Statistics page, look at the Certificate section, and click on the icon to get your certificate.

Looking forward to meeting you in our next match! :-)