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UMIC 2nd Motoring Hunt

August 24, 2007
  • Clerk of course : Rajj, Asohan, Shirley Ho
  • Hunt course : KL – Malacca 
  • Entry fees : RM 480 per car
  • Date : 25th August, 2007 – 26th August, 2007
  • Prizes :
    • 1st prize : RM 5,000       
    • 2nd prize : RM 1,700 
    • 3rd prize : RM 1,000
    • 4th prize – 10th prize : Consolation prizes 
  • Competition Format :
    • 40 route questions (2 x 40 = 80 pts)       
    • 3 treasure questions (3 x 5 = 15 pts)
    • 5 JKR questions (1 x 5 = 5 pts)
    • 3 Challenges (3 x 10 = 30 pts)
    • 2 Pictorials ( 2 x 5 = 10 pts)
    • 5 Bonus Questions, answers found in booklet provided (5 x 2 = 10 pts)
    • Total 150 pts, all must be completed within 9 hours to Malacca


Riddle Raiders team lineup:

  1. Driver : Chew SC 
  2. Navigator : SL Chin 
  3. Passenger 1 : GL Lim 
  4. Passenger 2: CK Loh 


  1. Awesome Foursome (119 pts)
  2. Riddle Raiders (114 pts)
  3. Little Ferrari (89 pts)
  4. Sivaji – The Boss (87 pts)
  5. Lanun Merdeka (85 pts)
  6. WD Hunters (82 pts)
  7. Charlies’ Angels (81 pts)
  8. Flying Dutchman (78 pts)
  9. Info (76 pts)
  10. Die Hard 5.0 (74 pts)

Riddle Raider results and highlights

Please take note of the disclaimer that everything written and posted here are of our own opinions. They do not represent any other team or the organisers’ opinion at all.

Claire will add her comments here.

Ckloh will add his comments here.


Seputeh HYO Hunt results and highlights

July 29, 2007
  • Clerk of course : Pava
  • Hunt course : Klang Valley
  • Entry fees : RM 240 per car
  • Date : 29th July 2007
  • Duration : 4.5 hours
  • Prizes:
    • 1st prize : RM 1000
    • 2nd prize : RM 750
    • 3rd prize : RM 500
    • 4th-5th prizes: Hampers                       
    • 6th-8th prizes: Other gives                       


  1. Toh Wei Ming, Selina Yong, Ho Mun Yee, Lily Loh (94 pts)
  2. KS Liew, Ramesh, FS Chong, KY Lim (92 pts)
  3. CK Loh, Julie Tan, Paulette Yeoh, KB Lim (82 pts)
  4. Mohan Campos and team (80 pts)

Full results:

Riddle Raider results and highlights

Please take note of the disclaimer that everything written and posted here are of our own opinions. They do not represent any other team or the organisers’ opinion at all.

First of all, I would like to spread the joy of our team very good placing in an open hunt, in fact this is our team’s first podium finish in an open hunt. Although this is vastly helped by  another bigger hunt in Putrajaya which attracts most of the regulars, and only 3 regular teams participate in the HYO hunts out of 16 cars, excluding us, we still very delighted.

The format of the competition is 30 questions, 2 points for 1 questions and 5 treasures, 8 points for 1 treasures. Base on this format, the treasure is extremely crucial, 1 treasure equivalent to 4 route questions, so it is only right all the teams will not want to drop any treasures at all.

And if you expect us to write, how well we are working together, how everything goes right and et cetera, I afraid you are very wrong. In fact the only things that is go very right for us is the luck. Extremely good luck.

What is wrong then, my navigation skill! This is my first time I be a navigator in any hunt, and being  back seat player all the while, I tend to have the habits on concentrating too much on the preparation of the questions and always bring my team to ‘Holland’ whilst navigating. Out of the 4.5 hours hunt time, approximately 30 minutes we are not in the hunt route, this is how bad we are, diverted to somewhere else, and always try to find the way back to the origin and this cause us alot alot of time. And Pava’s, the COC, received not less than 5 phone calls to lead us back to the right track, might be his worst experience as a COC. Doing this in a short distance hunt, is nothing but disaster. Because of this time wasting, and also one of the sectors where the questions are no longer valid and the questions are misplaced in wrong sectors, yet we are not aware and spend alot of time to find the way, we are far far behind from all the other teams. I can say, with one hour left, we are not even half way, and not even answer half of the questions, with 1 treasure still pending. So, I am amazed we can make it even though we skipping the one of the sector of 4 questions by not going to the place itself, the place is in Taman Desa, and there are 5 questions in Brickfield, which we just use less than 30 seconds per question to glance through and tembak. Luckily, we hit some bulls there. So, I want to apologise to my team mates, to putting ourself to this pressures, not pleasures, especially Julie, the driver, which is very patient and cool. 

So, overall luck is very much on our side, especially we get the last treasures, worth 8 points, just 15 minutes before the disqualified time. Without the valuable points, it will be a very big difference on the standings.

Besides what happen above, the team’s teamwork is great, we managed to solve a few slightly difficult questions that other teams drop. But with three seasoned regular teams in the hunt, we knew that we can’t drop too many questions. But as mentioned above, luck is really on our side too, there is one stretch in Bangsar, which slow everybody down, because of the question is cancelled because of wrongly set and 5 of the questions are marked in the wrong sector. Because of this, other teams also impacted, and make our mistakes do not penetrate us so much.

Overall, a great experience (good and bad), great results, do not expect this after what happened above and a great escape! We were just less than 1 minute from the disqualified time.


Riddle raiders raided Penang… or rather Penang raided us

July 23, 2007

*This version only applicable for CK and Josh

Was high on caffeine for the past few days, and the lack of sleep almost killed CK and me (hahaha, don’t tell CK, he was sleeping while I was driving. I almost fell asleep in front of the wheel, dozing off a few times for split seconds)

While we were in Penang, we had these activities:

  1. Eat here and eat there
  2. Driving
  3. Talking
  4. Gossiping
  5. Cleaning and messing (lol, sorry Paulette for messing with your pastry utensils)
  6. Walking and looking
  7. Surveying (one might wonder what Penang has to do with surveying. It was us going Gurney plaza to look around the hunting grounds to know what and where the stuffs that we need. Good thing we now know there’s a ColdStorage at the lower groundfloor)

Paradigm shifters shifted paradigms

One of the good stuffs CoC put up was a pre-hunt challenge (Leg 1). It was more of a look-see-answer kind of activity, but limited to one minute time to answer 8 knowledge questions. This puts the non-regulars on par with the regulars, as with one minute, you c0uln’t do anything with these knowledge questions, except to know them or tembak them. Imagine given a picture of China Olympics’ mascot, would you know the name of the particular mascot? Well, both CK and me do not. Overall, we scored an OK result in this Leg 1 hunt.

Perhaps, paradigms…
Both of us find it quite hard to go into the flow, considering we are more used to KL hunts. This is more of a lame excuse than a fact itself. We did find a hard time to decipher what Chian Min is trying to code, but we end up either decoding it too far-fetched, or falling short. Overall, we wasted quite a lot of time at the beginning of the hunt trying to grab the flow of language and style.

This is also the first time for both of us going for a full walk hunt. Past experiences only had 30% or less walk hunts incorporated into the full hunt. It’s pretty tiring to go from 7th floor down to ground floor. And then scouring each floor, now I am really exhausted.

Panic kicked in even during the first 4 questions. Looking at the time and answer sheet, it really terrifies us to know our progress vs time. Luckily we managed to calm ourselves down by the 6th question.

I personally find hunts in shopping complex is more difficult than a motor hunt.

First, you need to deal with the people in the walk path. With motor hunts, you can honk the guy blocking you. BUT, in a walk hunt, other patrons might not understand your “Excuse me, sir / maam”. Personally, I find myself cussing more under my breath than saying “Excuse me”. Patrons can be inconsiderate up till gathering or stopping suddenly in front of an escalator. When trying to ask for space to go through, they don’t seem to hear my soft-spoken “excuse me”.

*** And the other patrons might find us hunters a nuisance!! “What are these snafus doing here with a weird looking clipboard and a brick looking dictionaries. Move along, I am trying to do some shopping here!”

Well, believe most of us should be considerate, especially when trying to stand somewhere along the walkway. While we indulge ourselves in cryptics, we shouldn’t block other’s way (especially in a motor hunt, unless you love the sound of honking)

Legolas might be useful here
How we wished for elven eyesight! Another great insertion by the CoCs to level the playing ground by introducing 5 observation questions, which they call it I-SPY. However, these are not easy stuffs and most of the signs are pretty much boards / signages that one would usually ignore normally.

This is pretty great since observation is one of the hunting criteria, and this fully test our observation skills to the max.

Nothing fancy but
This may be one of the very few hunts that have good food. What’s more satisfying for a hunter than a good lunch / dinner after a tiring long hunt.

You are pretty much interested in this
Results to come soon, as i am hitting the bed now. zzzzzzzzz

Signing off,

CK’s add-on
So, just to add up some of my personal feel and view.

My feel
Great feeling, meet up almost all the Penang regulars. Being told that almost all the Penang regulars turn up. Highly competitive competition. And this is a theme hunt, theme is “Sports and Fitness” in conjunction with “Sports and Fitness Carnival”. So, the general knowledge quiz and all the 15 walk hunt questions are sports related. Well, I am more than happy even though I do not know before hand it is a theme hunt. My general knowledge in sports are better than in entertainments. So, I was glad. At least, less phone call to make.

Basically, this is a hunt that test most of the hunt essential elements in 2 hours, yet it is so fun. I can say, it is meticulously designed hunt. Great hunt, I enjoy so much, thanks, Master Liong!

Hunt Essential Element 1 – General Knowledge (24%)
Every hunt have that, but this hunt has slight difference. The difference is 24 points of the total 100 points of the hunt, are general knowledge quiz of 8 questions. Each questions, 3 points. And, all must be done on the spot within 5 minutes and no phone call. Either you know it or you shoot it, no helper. Feel like we are in the examination, where the examiners are beside us monitoring no copying among each others, whilst we are answering the objective question A, B, C, D and E. Generally, we are doing ok, drop 2 questions. The first question dropped, they show us a one World Cup Logo, and we suppose to field in which World Cup year is that. The second question dropped, they show us a mascot of one of the five mascots of Beijing 2008, and we suppose to know the name of the mascot. Because, of this format, there are very chance for your team to beat more regular team, if you really do well in this section and the regular team is not. I learn something new in this section, the 5 mascots name are Bei Bei, Jing Jing, Huan Huan, Ying Ying and Ni Ni. That means, “Bei Jing Huan Ying Ni”, literaly means “Beijing Welcome You”.

Hunt Essential Element 2 – Observation (15%)
Again this is slighly different. We need to hunt in 5 floors in the Penang second largest shopping mall. Yes, 5 floors, if include the treasure, it is 6 floors. All in 2 hours. It is demanding and tiring. We need to be fast to complete the whole task, yet if we do it fast, we will miss the I-Spy Observation, 15 points, each level have 1 question. We suppose to spot the signs that normally we will not notice and pay attention to. This might sound easy, but again to us, this is the most difficult part. We understand that we can’t do so many U-turn, only 2 hours for hunting 5 floors, each floors have 3 well-crafted clues that need time to break and an I-spy challenge. And also we need to break 4 treasures and buy it. So, we decide on every floors, we will solve the 3 clues concurrently with the I-spy. A bad strategy, as mentioned by Joshua earlier, for the first 25 minutes spend, we only cover Ground Floor, and we get nothing, not a single clue is broken and no I-spy is spied. The time was tickling. We really panicked. This was like Blogger Hunt again. Obviously, we are not good at multi-tasking, and we decided to do it separately, solve the cryptic clues first then only spot the I-spy. A time consuming and tiring strategy, but at least we get something and boost up the confidence there.

Imagine you are in a hunt of competing so many tasks in 2 hours, and on the first 20-25 minutes, you get nothing, solve nothing, how you will feel? The I-spy thing really impacted our performance and strategy. We try not to miss it because it is a gift points, but if we concentrate too much, it will impact the whole game. We are talking about spotting a very small sign at the floors of Penang second largest shopping mall without telling you which sector the sign is.

Hunt Essential Element 3 – Strategy & Team work
This hunt test the strategy & team work. Team that apply better strategy have bigger advantage. Alot of decision-making need to be done, either you hunt upwards first, or you hunt downwards first which majority of the teams are doing base on the starting point at 7th floor. The upper floor shops are much more than the lower floor shops, but less patrons. The lower floor shops are less patron at the hunt start time, but the crowds were building up slowly.

And a big decision on whether to go for treasure first, or to solve first. In normal hunt, team normally go for treasure first to gain physicological advantage. But if you gain the treasure first in this hunt, it means you need to carry the treasures for 2 hours, whilst you are hunting, additional baggage to your bags of thesaurus, and the chances of exposing the treasures to other teams. And if you don’t get the treasures first, and get it last, there are chances it is run out of stocks, all the 55 teams were buying the same treasures in the same place, who knows, there are nasty teams that will buy all the stocks, if you get what I mean. And getting it last, also have another disadvantage, the submitting point is on 1pm at 7th floor, if you get it last, means you need to beat the crowds to go from Basement floor to 7th floor.

Strategy wise we are not doing too well, end up instead of hunting 5 floors, we were actually hunting for 10 floors. Every floor, we need to be back to cover what we miss earlier. As mentioned earlier, we try not to, but end up getting nothing. If only we have a better strategy and plan, we might get better result. The teams that finished 4th to 12th (our team), are just 10 points different. Every single decision counts.

Hunt Essential Element 4 – Cryptic Hunt Clues
Just to be short in this, well crafted clues, fair clues. The champion get 85 points out of 100 points, yet every single clues except one clues are not broken by the 55 teams.  And that unbroken clues actually is an easy question, but need meticulous observation in a upper level floor where there are many shops there and the time was tickling. In other word, all the clues are solvable, and we learn something new too. Initially, we don’t know the style of the COC, take us some time to adapt and see through the questions. Well crafted clues with well chosen words, most is not too-hard question, but every single one is either deceiving or need observation.

My view
Great Hunt! Great Experience! Just to share some of my views, most of it are small tiny things that are different from Klang Valley Hunt. Let us start with not so tiny thing, the food, it is much better than any other hunt I have attended in Klang Valley. Can’t a good treasure hunt have a good food too? Penang show us it is possible. Then, other things I observed are the presentations, they are very intimate and close. For example, they are slide shows on the pictures taken, almost every pictures, add up with the comments with the hunters name on it with some funny remarks. It is like one big family hunt together. Another things, I found it interesting is, for the top 5 prize, a detail breakdown of the points scored are shown in the slide shows. Teams can really analyse where they go wrong, and which area they excel to beat the other teams.

Above views are my wish list on the future Klang Valley Hunt! 


  1. Jayaram Menon, Lim Yao-Han (85 pts)
  2. Ho Seng Hooi, Chin Kar Peng (84 pts)
  3. Yeoh Ban Lye & Yeoh Teck Chuan (82 pts)
  4. Goh Leap Sean & Lim Chin Wei (79 pts) 
  5. Sabri & Yap Weng Heng (79 pts) 
  6. Stephen Chin & Lai Kong Wai (78 pts)
  7. Chandra Segar & Teh Boon Teong (78 pts)
  8. Sin Yoong Leong & Josephine Chan (75 pts)
  9. Cheok Wye Leong & Elaine Cheong (72 pts)
  10. Edward Yeap & Jason Khoo (72 pts)
  11. Hor Joon Teik & Kwan Ee Lun (70 pts) 
  12. Loh Chee Kwan & Joshua Chong (69 pts)
  13. Dr. Zainariah & Dr. Chong (67 pts)
  14. Lim Keng Beng & Lim Sha Lyn (66 pts)
  15. Emmalyn Tan & Yeong Kit Yee (66 pts)

Fun Hunt Novice Challenge results and highlights

July 9, 2007
  • Clerk of course : Fun Hunt (Zahrol)
  • Hunt course : Klang Valley
  • Entry fees : RM 240 per car
  • Date : 8th July 2007
  • Duration : 5.5 hours
  • Format (total 120 pts) :
    • 10 walk hunts x 1 pts (more difficult questions) 
    • 30 road questions X 3 pts
    • 5 treasure questions X 3 pts
    • 5 road safety questions X 1 pts
  • Tie-breaker:
    • Total points from walk hunts 
    • Total time taken for the hunts
  • Prizes:
    • 1st prize : RM 1200
    • 2nd prize : RM 1000
    • 3rd prize : RM 800
    • 4th-11th prizes: Hampers                       


  1. Riddle Raiders B – Joshua, CK Loh, YH Lim, JK Lim (116 pts)
  2. Eugene, Jaclyn, Desmond, Christina (115 pts)
  3. Riddle Raiders A – CS Chew, GL Lim, SL Chin and Paulette (115 pts)

Full results:

Riddle Raider results and highlights

Please take note of the disclaimer that everything written and posted here are of our own opinions. They do not represent any other team or the organisers’ opinion at all.


The question was “Song of bread”. I can sing the whole song but didn’t know the singer and another team member had the “If” CD in her laptop but…. So rather than leave a blank, we tembak “Sunshine” as in Sunhine bread and John Denver’s “Sunshine”, LOL.


The question was Cahaya yang pertama … Route question, 3 points. The answer is Nora. Nor is cahaya in BM and pertama is obviously A. Actually, quite embarrassed to tell, we had actually round this sector for 5 rounds, the conclusion is we need to shoot. We have 2 answers to shoot, Nora and One-Up. In the vote, all choose One-Up, just because the pertama and one is related. We have drop points before to learn BM, previously is bah the banjir, now is nor the cahaya. What else, any similar tips? Hopefully, no more BM test in the future!!

Generally, Team B won by a whisker. Team A is a better car getting all the 30 questions correct, but drop too many walk hunt question. If only Team A can get 1 or 2 more walk hunt question right, they will be champion. The team that finish number 2, drop 2 walk hunt question and make a mistake drop 1 route question just like Team B. However, luck is on Team B side, which decide to gamble and take a 40 minutes U-turn just to get the 1 point, a vital point, which make Team B beat the other team by 1 point.

SL Chin won a lucky draw to Medan. There are 3 lucky draws altogether sponsored by Redland Holidays, the sponsor of this hunt.

Generally, Zahrol did a very good job in organising this hunt. Quite a few newbies and newcomers join this hunt of the total 32 cars, fresh blood to the hunt community. Every answers in the Q&A presentation are greeted with cheers and jeers and a lot of enthusiasm, something that is not so regular in regular hunts.

Riddle Raiders fully support Zahrol effort in organising a truly novice hunt where non of the regulars are allowed to take part. And being in the podium finish before for both teams, Riddle Raiders decided not to take part in future similar novice hunt by Zahrol in order to give more young bloods to taste the success. But Riddle Raiders will continue taking part in other Novice Hunt where some of the regular novices are allowed to take part.


Bloggers Hunt 2007 – Post Hunt

July 1, 2007


  1. SK Lim, SL Chin and Julie = 14 (RQ) + 10 (T) = 24 pts
  2. Adrian, Paulette and Kelvin = 12 (RQ) + 10 (T) = 22 pts
  3. Catherine, Joshua and GL Lim = 8 (RQ) + 10 (T) – 2 (P) = 16 pts
  4. Lily, CK Loh and SC Chew = 10 (RQ) + 5 (T) = 15 pts
  5. Johan, Cornelius and JY Chan = 4 (RQ) + 10 (T) = 14 pts

(RQ) = Route Question
(T) = Treasure
(P) = Penalty

Pretty tired, and I can’t pretty much summarize these in 10 minutes before I doze off.

Bottomline : Great hunt and maybe the very few best hunts that I had personally attended. Hope you guys enjoyed it as much as I did.

Great job to the CoCs, VK and Vincent, it is a great learning experience for us. Thanks to Margaret and KK for the “testdrive”, hehehe, else we couldn’t get the extra time =). Thanks to Lily for getting us the goody bags in such a short time (really appreciated that!!!). Thanks to Zahrol for loaning us the projector (it worked like a charm to trance the participants). Thanks to Mike for the stickers~. And the BIGGEST THANKS to all of you guys who are so supportive~!!. And special mention to ckoh (all the way from Sabah) and pink (all the way from Penang). It shows how crazy both of you are to treasure hunting.

This is one big sport that I am addicted to, and will never give up.

By the way, who was the one searching for ckoh and claire(question t1, hehehe)



AIDA Hunt 2007 results and highlights

May 28, 2007
  • Clerk of course : Fun Hunt (Zahrol)
  • Hunt course : Klang Valley
  • Entry fees : RM 260 per car
  • Date : 27th May 2007
  • Duration : 5 hours
  • Format (total 150 pts) :
    • 35 road questions X 3 pts
    • 4 treasure questions X 10 pts
    • 5 road safety questions X 1 pts
  • Prizes :
    • 1st prize : RM 2000
    • 2nd prize : RM 1000
    • 3rd prize : RM 500
    • and other various prizes



  1. Hunters’ R Us –  KK Chai, Margaret Sha, Vincent, VK Chong (150 pts)
  2. Sam Rahman and team (147 pts)
  3. Pava and team (147 pts)
  4. Johan, Ben Lau, CT Teoh and team (147 pts)
  5. CK Foong, KH Peh, and team (147 pts)
  6. The Lucky Ones – Razif, Raja Zaen, Darma and team (147 pts)
  7. Ultrasaurus – Sanjay, Sumita, Steven, Rahmah (141 pts)
  8. Uncoded Nuts – KS Liew, Ramesh, FS Chong, KY Lim (138 pts)
  9. Yob Kidal – Asri, Mazri, and team (123 pts)
  10. Balasingam, Raj, and team (unsure of the pts, pls update)


Riddle Raider results and highlights

Please take note of the disclaimer that everything written and posted here are of our own opinions. They do not represent any other team or the organisers’ opinion at all.

Our team managed to grab the 12th placing, which is considered okay, looking at the top 10s were dominated by the masters and regulars.

One of the major issues we faced was a pretty unsightful one – we found out that the road safety question sheet was missing. Panicked for a moment there and ended up calling Zahrol. He agreed to give us another sheet of the road safety question. Thanks a lot, else we’ll still be in panic-mode.


More updates to come… stay tuned.


SMK Taman Sea Hunt 2007 results and highlights

May 24, 2007
  • Clerk of Course : Time Out Solutions
  • Hunt course : Klang Valley (approx 75km)
  • Entry fees : RM 320 per car
  • Date : 20th May, 2007 (Sunday)
  • Duration : 5 hours  hunt time
  • Prizes :
    • 1st Prize : RM 2000
    • 2nd Prize : RM 1000
    • 3rd Prize : RM 500



  1. Cryptically Challenged – Alexander Hoh, Andre Teh, Rose & Shahrin (129 pts)
  2. CK Foong, KH Peh, MW Ho, Lily Loh (127 pts)
  3. Hunters’ R Us – KK Chai, Margaret Sha, Vincent Woo, VK Chong (127 pts)
  4. Zahrol, Asri, Sharifah, Mazri (126 pts)
  5. Rajesh, CP Tan, Harinderjit, Rajini (122 pts)
  6. Melisa Foo, WK Choo & team (121 pts)
  7. Jeffrey Wong, Viki Lim, Richard Tan, SS Lim (119 pts)
  8. Riddle Raiders – CK Loh, SL Chin, Joshua Chong, Paulette Yeoh (118 pts)
  9. Renee Siaw, JH Tan & team (118 pts)
  10. HB Yeap, Tommy Ng, Janet Tan, SK Teoh (118 pts)
  11. PL Chen, Adeline Kwok & team (113 pts)
  12. Sharizal, Farizul & team (113 pts)
  13. KS Liew, KY Lim, Ramesh, FS Chong (113 pts)
  14. Sanjay, Sumita, Steven, Rahmah (112 pts)
  15. Johan, Ben Lau, SF Loh, CT Teoh (111 pts)
  16. SK Tan & team (111 pts)
  17. Sam, Darma, Amir (111 pts)
  18. Jason & team (108 pts)
  19. KC Tan, EL Ng & team (106 pts)
  20. Captain Asohan, Shirley Ho & team (104 pts)
  21. Mohan, Julie Leong (103 pts)
  22. Balasingam & team (102 pts)
  23. Vincent Lim & team (94 pts)


Riddle Raiders results and highlights

Please take note of the disclaimer that everything written and posted here are of our own opinions. They do not represent any other team or the organisers’ opinion at all.

We took the 8th placing this time, not too good, not too bad. Got ourselves a mini hamper, but it ended up Joshua was taking everything back home, cause no one were interested in the hamper. Was that hamper that bad? But the girls were lucky this time, as there were complimentary Johnson & Johnson items for them.

One of the members would be killing us, but this is worth a mention- either for lesson learnt, or for laughters. We were attempting Q28, which is around 3 kms from Q23 and the team member suddenly asked “Anyone still remember the answer for Q23? I jot down wrongly“. We ended up doing a big u-turn, but heck, that was an easy 3 pointer. If we don’t go back for it, it’s 3 points loss for the team. (Note: The criminal person mentioned above who’s reading this, please don’t kill me for this. Let’s laugh at our mistake and never commit it again 🙂 )